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Cylindromyia again --> C.pusilla (female)
Eckhart Derschmidt
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Hi, I photographed this Cylindormyia specimen today at the Prater (huge park) in Vienna. I had identified c. auriceps found a couple of days ago in this forum, but today's specimen clearly looks different. Could it be C. brassicaria? Eckhart
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Indication of size ? About 6 mm ?

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Zeegers wrote:
Indication of size ? About 6 mm ?

Difficult to say exactly, but about 6-8mm...
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Yes, thanks. Brassicaria is much bigger, like 14 - 16 mm.

This is the female of B. pusilla.


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Theo, thanks a lot. Today I measured the flower the fly was sitting on, and it has approximately 9mm in diameter. So the fly may have about 8 mm, but most certainly not 14-16mm.
And - excuse my beginners' question - what is the B. in B. pusilla?
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Eckhart Derschmidt wrote:
And - excuse my beginners' question - what is the B. in B. pusilla?


A typo? Pfft
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Ok, got it...
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Yes, Indeed. C. ......

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