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Meliscaeva auricollis
Reimund Ley
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Posted on 15-04-2017 15:37
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please help me to identify this fly, about 8-10mm.
Foto: Germany, Waltrop, altitude 80m, 2. 4. 2017


greetings

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any ideas, please.


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no chance to ID?

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I would agree with your idea Smile
 
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thanks a lot for your help, treebeard



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