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Stratiomyidae Larva (4pics)
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Hi to all!
I guess that's Eristalis, right? Probably no chance about the species... Hope dies last. (Edit: No Eristalis, but Stratiomyidae - thx Paul)
The one on my hand is another individual than that in the water, but both from the same pool.

Size (including tail) about 4-5 cm.

16.8.2019, Germany, Upper Bavaria, a military training ground near Traunstein, approx. 580m a.s.l.
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Uuups!
Thanks Paul, for correction and transfer to the right forum!
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Stratiomys, but impossible to tell which species.
 
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Thanks! I'm totally fine with the genus.
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