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Fly with black dots on abdomen Coenosia tigrina)
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A fly with black dots on abdomen - possible to ID? From a malaise trap in S Sweden around 15 july.

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Coenosia tigrina.
 
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Coenosia tigrina seems likely
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Thanks! I will look clooser on that species.

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