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Anasimyia contracta male?
Axel Steiner
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Posted on 21-06-2009 18:19
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Hello all,

in my opinion this ca. 1 cm-fly could be a male of Anasimyia contracta.
Pictures took at 20.06.2009 in Halver (North Rhine-Westphalia/Germany).
I've found it in the near of a little pond (in a garden), sitting on a stone.

Am I right?
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Posted on 29-07-2009 08:01
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Is there really no ID possible?
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Posted on 30-07-2009 08:32
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Hello,

Difficult to choose between A. contracta and A. transfuga.
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firstly observe
 
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Hello Pierre,
thanks for your point of view!
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