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Rhingia sp.
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Posted on 23-08-2006 20:27

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This syrph, with a long "nose", is it Rhingia campestris Meigen, 1822 ?

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Tony Irwin
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Posted on 23-08-2006 20:44
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Certainly looks like a male campestris.
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Posted on 23-08-2006 20:55

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Thank you Tony

And here is the female.

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