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Calliopum aeneum/simillimum? => confirmed
Cortmeyer
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Posted on 14-10-2018 23:11
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Hello,
I'm not sure, and the Photos are not the best. In Insektenfotos.de there were also a possible meaning Physophora alceae

The fly was ca. 4 mm small under a leaf of Topinambur on October 13. in Frankfurt /M - Central Germany.

Interesting are the red/orange eyes and also the first pair of black legs.

Greetings
Chris
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Hello,
I'm sorry, but no one react? I don't really understand.
So I'll remember
Chris
 
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I ask here once more.
Greetings
Chris
 
Mark-uk
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I would say aeneum/simillimum is then best you can do from these photos
 
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