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Lispocephala alma species group
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Southern Sweden 2019 02 26

Could this be a Lispocephala? ID possible?

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Maybe coenosia tigrina?
 
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The reclinate and inclinate fronto-orbital bristles are not well differentiated from each other, but they look like Lispocephala (2+2) rather than Coenosia. Dark markings put it in the L. alma species group.
 
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Thanks John
 
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