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Hybomitra - "flaviceps" variety of H. montana
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13 - 14 mm. ?
Altitude: 1000 m.
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It is the so-called ‘flaviceps’ variety of H. montana, the northern form with smaller frons, dark notopleural lobes and very little or no red an abdomen.
Would be interesting to see whether DNA analysis would support specific status.

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Thank you very much for species determination and interesting information.

Rosevinge
 
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