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Empididae?
Eugene K
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Posted on 11-03-2018 22:49
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Please, tell me, is it Empis tesselata or another species?
May, Leningrad region.
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I think it might be nigricans but do you have any other shots?
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The same fly
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Another year, but the same place and month. I think, it is the same species?
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Still think it is nigircans but you have nothing a bit more dorsal?
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E. borealis

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LooooooooL. I guess that is why we always want the date as well. Wink
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dorsal 1.
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dorsal 2
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dorsal 3. Sorry for a poor quality
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Good enough. This would have clinched it for many NW-European dipterist because now you can see the broadened wings of the female and the fact they are completely darkened.
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Paul, Igor, thank you else once. I'm really not a dipterist, you see. So it is Empis borealis, I'll remember.
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In the future: If you have got a good image (or many) from one angle and perhaps some not so good from another, still include one or more from the other angles. It can be very helpful in identification and no-one will think the worse of you. Wink
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