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mountain Cylindromyia
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Posted on 05-03-2018 15:18

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for a first post, I wish I had better pictures to show, but that's all I have of this specimen found at an altitude of 1800m in Alpes-Maritimes, France, early August (size 11mm).
I think I see hints of Cylindromyia brevicornis: no pv bristles on tibia 3, long ones under tergite 2 (and the scutellum with apical, sub-apical and basal bristles seems to match too) but I would very much like to hear an expert opinion about it.

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