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chrysogaster? -> Orthonevra intermedia/stackelbergi Sweden
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Posted on 14-05-2022 22:22
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Found this fly near a riverstrem, Southern Sweden yesterday

Is chrysogaster correct?

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Hi Martin, Chrysogaster should have red antennae - these and Melanogaster small and rounded flagellum. Orthonevra intermedia? (André Schulten: Fotogids Zweefvliegen)


Greetings, Eric Kloeckner
 
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Yes, I agree on Orthonevra intermedia/stackelbergi. Which of the two spp. apparently depend on genital details.
 
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Thanks for your help guys!

Greetings Martin
 
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