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Eudasyphora cyanicolor oder zimini (Muscidae)?
Helga Becker
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Hello,

Can you help me with identification of this fly?


Wald b. Ehringshausen/Hessen / Germany 28. August 2017

Best regards

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Größe 6-7/9mm
 
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E. cyanicolor.
Stephane.
 
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Stephane Lebrun wrote:
E. cyanicolor.


Hello,

I am very happy about the determination.

Best regards, Helga Becker
 
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