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Siphona rossica? --> Siphona sp.
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Posted on 10-08-2020 13:27
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Norway 10.august 2020, Is this Siphona rossica?
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Second antennnal segment should be bright yellow, difficult to see in these pictures.

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blury picture, but it looks yellow?
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Different fly the same day at the same spott. Looks like its the same species.
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Yes, all Siphona look like the same species, but still we have 15+ species, so that means nothing. I see specimens with yellow and with dark second antennal segments, to Siphona standerds these qualify as “very different”.

Theo
 
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Thank you Theo. Smile Leave it as a Siphona sp.
 
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