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One more Brachyopa - ID possible ? --> Brachyopa bicolor
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Northern Germany, Hamburg-Rissen, Schnaakenmoor, at a trunk of a birch tree, Outsidefoto: kuv, 11th of May 2015. Comparing the pictures in the gallery I think it could be Brachyopa bicolor. Right? Please help for ID.
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Please one more chance to ID
Greetings Kuv
 
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Hello kuv,

I think that bicolor is correct. I'm not an expert and i am new to this genus. If noone objects, then it is safe to name it B. bicolor. I think that only B. insensilis is a problem easily separated by the presence of long bristles at the apex of t3.

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John and Nini. Naturalists not experts.
 
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Hi John,
thank you very much for your answer Smile
Greetings Kuv
 
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