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Conopidae: Myopa dorsalis
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Posted on 23-01-2020 09:08

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June 2019

thank you, Helge
helge attached the following image:

Edited by helge on 23-01-2020 16:06
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Posted on 23-01-2020 12:16

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Whoah. That is one of the Sicus-like Myopas, dorsalis or so.

Edited by Zeegers on 23-01-2020 19:32
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Posted on 23-01-2020 16:08

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Thank you Theo!
According to a key it should be M. dorsalis.
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