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Which Cheilosia?
Juergen Peters
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Posted on 06-08-2005 00:10
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Hello!

I think this small black fly (I mean the upper one ;-)) belongs to the genus Cheilosia. Is it possible to say which species? Thanks in advance!
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John Smit
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Dear Juergen,

Difficult, if not impossible, to tell from a picture which species it is, but it's definitely a species of the scutellata-complex and most probably Cheilosia scutellata, but you can't rule out C. soror.

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Juergen Peters
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Hello, John!

John Smit wrote:
Difficult, if not impossible, to tell from a picture which species it is, but it's definitely a species of the scutellata-complex and most probably Cheilosia scutellata, but you can't rule out C. soror.


Thanks a lot, that is more than I expected.

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