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Cheilosia sp?
Nick Upton
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Posted on 08-05-2010 15:25
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Another Cheilosia sp. in my garden yesterday (quite similar to Pipiza to me, which i first thought it was), but maybe different to the C. albitarsis identified on this site a few days ago?. as legs look all black.

7.5.10 Wiltshire, southwest UK.
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Gerard Pennards
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Looks like a male Cheilosia variabilis.
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Nick Upton
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Posted on 13-05-2010 12:57
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OK, many thanks. There seem to have been a few Cheilosia spp. around recently of very different sizes, but they still all look very similar to me!
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