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Which Cylindromyia?
Ingrid Altmann
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Posted on 11-02-2019 14:27
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Hello,
can this fly be determined more precisely?
Data:
4.8.2007, wet Meadow near Arnschwang, Bavarian Forest, Germany.

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It looks big, right ? like 14 mm. ?


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Yes, the fly was relatively big.
 
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It is a female of Cylindromyia brassicaria group, likely brassicaria itself.

Theo
 
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Bedankt Theo! :-)
 
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