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Two flies to id from old forest Poland
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Posted on 03-08-2021 19:52

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I will be happy to know to what species or family they belong to.
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Edited by Holenester on 03-08-2021 19:54
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Posted on 04-08-2021 11:05
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Your first fly looks like Xylota sylvarum (Syrphidae). The second is a Thereva species (Therevidae). Note that it is a good idea to post just one fly in each thread - it can be very confusing when commenting on several flies per thread!
Edited by Tony Irwin on 04-08-2021 11:06
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