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Which hoverfly - Platycheirus scutatus?
Cortmeyer
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Posted on 02-05-2019 18:21
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Hello,
on 24 of April this year I found this hoverfly on a Mint-plant. It was less than 7 mm I think, and it was in Frankfurt/M, Germany
Is Platycheirus scutatus right?
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