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Chrysops sp. ID possible?
JarJar
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Posted on 16-11-2019 13:24
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Hi there,

is it possible to identify this Chrysops sp.?

Seen in Swiss, Kanton Aargau, near the German border, Klingnauer Stausee, along a way, 25 August 2010

Thanks a lot and best regards,
Chris
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Not with these angles, but I see ni reason why it should not be male Ch. relictus.

Theo
 
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Smile OK Thanks a lot, Theo

Best regards,
Chris
 
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