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Help id, please -> Phasia aurulans
Eugene K
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2023_09_03 Russia, Pskov district.
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Male Phasia aurigera?
Greetings, Eric Kloeckner
 
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Eric thank you. There where many Phazia barbifrons, and only once I've met this fly; it escaped before I could get a good shot, alas.
 
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It is actually Ph. aurulans.
Check the oattern on thorax and the projecting mouth margin.
Moreover, climate change is hitting in severely, but Pskov is still a bit northern for aurigera

Theo
 
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Theo, thank you!
 
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