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Empididae. -> Rhamphomyia aethiops female
Pentti Ketola
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Hi!
Finland Kokkola 15 May 2017.
Is it possible to get species for that female?
Pentti.

Size 4mm.
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Genus Rhamphomyia
 
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plumipes ?
 
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Certainly not plumipes as that should have pennate ciliation on f1. If it is from the same of a similar locality as the earlier aethiops I would go for that one.
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Hi,
same place!

Regards PenttiSmile

Thanks Paul.
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