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Dolichopodidae. >Argyra magnicornis
Pentti Ketola
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Hi,
can anyone help me identify these Dolichopodidae?
I took the photo on 21 June 2014 Kokkola, Finland.

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It's a Dolichopodidae.
 
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...s.f. Dolichopodinae
 
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Thanks Valerio!

Edith: mid leg..
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Argyra?
 
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Thanks Nisse!
Could it be a male of Argyra leucocephala, makes sense.

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The scutellum seems to be hairy, isn't it?
 
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Stefan Naglis wrote:
The scutellum seems to be hairy, isn't it?


Yes, it seems to be hairy!Smile

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Mesonotum seems to be hairy only in anterior part. I guess Argyra magnicornis Zett.
 
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Thanks a lot!

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