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Neomyia cornicina ?
maxi6215
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Posted on 12-07-2019 17:04
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Hello,

I observed this diptera on the 8th of July in the north of France. I think of a Neomyia cornicina, what do you think ?

Cordially maxime

nordpasdecalais.observation.org/fotonew/5/22030095.jpg
 
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