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Phasia in November (07.11.18): P. obesa? --> confirmed
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Hello,

this 5-6 mm fly visited a marguerite flower on a meadow near forest yesterday. Phasia obesa? Male or female?
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Quite likely. A female.

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Zeegers wrote:
Quite likely. A female.


Thanks a lot, Theo!
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