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Cheilosia (alibitarsis/ranunculi?) female
Liliane D
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Posted on 17-11-2020 17:52
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Hello,
In the South of France, 28 April 2020
Thank you for your help with identification
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The very last photo I took
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Jan Maca
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Please present this photo in the forum Syrphidae.
 
Liliane D
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Sorry, I wasn't sure it was a Syrphidae.
I don't know how to transfer to the right forum?
Should I delete this topic and start a new one?
Or can an administrator upload it?
 
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Thank you very much Paul
I give you jobs, but it's involuntary.
 
Juergen Peters
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Hi,

female Cheilosia (alibitarsis/ranunculi?).
Best regards,
Jürgen

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Thank you very much Jürgen
 
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