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Empis ID -> Rhamphomyia sp.
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Posted on 13-06-2019 00:21
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Hi, could this female be Empis bicuspidata? Found in a forest in Vienna Mid of May.

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Edited by Carnifex on 25-06-2019 22:34
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It is a Rhamphomyia...
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Posted on 16-06-2019 22:06
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Thank you Paul! I used the hind legs as a feature to search the gallery for a match, but all species look different than mine. Any idea what it might be? Thanks!
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Perhaps with the specimen I can ID it...
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ok, I'll put it on my list for you Grin
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