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Stratiomyidae - yellow/black, female -> Odontomyia angulata
Rupert Huber
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Hi to all!

Am I right here with a female Odontomyia angulata? Length about 1 cm.

Found 30.6.2022 in Germany, Upper Bavaria, Anger/Höglwörth, ~540 m a.s.l., coordinates 47.81957, 12.84666

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Yes, you are !

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Thanks Theo!
For the other one, too! Smile
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