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ID please? --> Phyto melanocephala (Rhinophoridae) male
Ray Perry
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Posted on 13-09-2021 07:00
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Busily feeding on fresh blossoms, in patches of invasive Solidago, on a path between fields left to fallow and grazed by cattle, about 20m from mixed forest.
8-10mm body.
10th Sept. 2021. 16.45pm
Flensburg, N.Germany:- 54.759184, 9.425031.

Many Thanks in advance,
Ray
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Hi Ray, it's a male Phyto melanocephala (Rhinophoridae).
Greetings, Eric
 
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Many Thanks Eric!
 
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