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Fly with colourful striped eyes --> Physiphora alceae
Jann Wuebbenhorst
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Posted on 03-12-2019 11:29
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In this case, I don't even have an idea of the correct family: Found on Tanacetum vulgare, 19.07.2019, dry forest edge, in eastern Lower Saxony (Germany).
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Hi, I think it's a male Physiphora alceae (Ulidiidae)

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eklans wrote:
Hi, I think it's a male Physiphora alceae (Ulidiidae)
Yep
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Thank you very much, Eric and Paul!
 
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