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Nectar sucking fly on autumn lady's-tresses (Spiranthes spiralis)
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Hello,
I photographed this little fly on 30.09.2019 in Hesse (Germany) on Spiranthes spiralis, she sucked extensively nectar.
Can one recognize, which kind it is?
Best regards, Christine Schmutzler-Schaub
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Probably Empis serotina
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Thank you very much!
Best regards, ChristineSmile
 
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