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Verrallia aucta; Pipunculidae (was Stratiomyidae (was Pipunculidae?)
kurt
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Is it possible to tell genus and eventually spieces of this male?
Photo from 29 June 2018 Icktjärn 62 N, E 17 Ångermanland, Sweden.

Thanks for your help in advance

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Kurt Holmqvist
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Hi,

Syrphidae, male Cheilosia sp..
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Somehow wings look too long for Cheilosia, don't they?

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Cell r5 is open, ruling out Syrphidae.
 
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John Carr wrote:
Cell r5 is open, ruling out Syrphidae.


Stratiomyidae?
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Thanks for your answers Juergen, Henrik and John.
I thougt before posting that Stratiomydae could be an option.

Then I wonder which genus?
Kurt Holmqvist
 
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The view of the wing venation isn't as clear as it could be but it looks like Verrallia aucta.
 
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A case of Déjà vu .....

https://diptera.i...d_id=61616
 
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Thanks to empeejay and Roger
It seems to be Verrallia aucta which I had several years ago , but did not remember
Kurt Holmqvist
 
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