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Chaetostomella cylindrica
Ingrid Altmann
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Posted on 11-02-2019 09:55
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Hello,
I fotographed this fly on 7.6.11 near the Plöckenpass, Kärnten, Austria.
Is this Chaetostomella cylindrica?

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You're right, it is Chaetostomella cylindrica.

Ben
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Thank you very much Ben!

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Thank you Ben. Yes, it is.
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