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Eric Steckx
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Posted on 07-04-2006 21:16
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Sorry for this bad picture, but perhaps is the colour pattern typical ?
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Paul Beuk
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Posted on 07-04-2006 21:40
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Very nice: Callomyia amoena (female) of the Platypezidae.

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Ben Hamers
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Looks like Callomyia amoena (Platypezidae), but according to the Dutch diptera-checklist there are two other Callomyia sp. so let's wait for the experts.

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That's why they are experts : they are faster.

Eric Steckx
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Thank you Paul & Ben
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