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Empis nigritarsis (f), Empididae, Jul 11, St Lorenzen ob Murau, Austrai
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Another Empis. E. borealis?
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Thanks!
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Interestingly, this species is not reported for Austria in Fauna Europaea.
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One observation from 2018 in Burgenland (Schlüsslmayr 2021).
New for Styria in any case!
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Apart from nigritarsis, we also have:

E. nigricoma
E. nigripes
E. nigritibialis
E. nigricans


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