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Easy one?
LordV
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Posted on 03-04-2006 21:00
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Is this Graphomyia sp.? about 7mm long taken03/04/06 South Coast UK.

static.flickr.com/39/122556171_7aaae2aac3.jpg

static.flickr.com/38/122559074_0bcc697a98.jpg

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I think it is Anthomyia pluvialis.
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That looks right to me Nikita PfftPfft Nice to have both photos too Robert
Edited by Robert Nash on 04-04-2006 08:18
 
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Nice picts, indeed ! Smile Cool
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Thanks for the ID much appreciated Nikita and Robert.- thanks Benoit for the compliment Smile
I'm quite good at photographing them but useless at IDing themSmile
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