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Anthomyia => Anthomyia spec.
Ingrid Altmann
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Posted on 11-02-2019 14:12
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Hello,
is it possible to say more to this Anthomyia? Perhaps A. pluvialis or A. procellaris?
Data:
12.6.2007, near Podersdorf, Burgenland, Austria.
I have only this two photos-

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It will keep Anthomyia species
Genital preparation is needed....

Johanna
 
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Bedankt Johanna!

Met vriendelijke groet
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