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Big fly from plants Norway
Bjarte
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Do anyone know this big fly (11 mm) from different plants Western Norway 17 of June?


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and here..


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Bjarte wrote:
Do anyone know this big fly (11 mm) from different plants (Apiacae) Western Norway 17 of June?


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Cheilosia albitarsis or one of its relatives.
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Nice-thank you!


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