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tiny black Tachinid -> Meigenia ā™‚ (probably)
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Posted on 08-07-2022 00:08
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in a garden in Vienna, early July.

Very windy, so the mobile photos are subpar, and I didn't manage to catch it

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Edited by Carnifex on 10-07-2022 09:25
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at least Genus possible?
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Iā€™d say male Meigenia.

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Thanks, Theo!
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