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Syrphidae ID - Neocnemodon (former Heringia) latitarsis
Morten A Mjelde
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South Norway, Telemark, 15.06.2020, Found on overgrown cultural land by a lake. Sorry for the varying picture qualit.

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Hej Morten,

we do not see the hind trochanter very well, but this is Neocnemodon (former Heringia) latitarsis, male:

central keel on sternite, mid tibia strongly dilated.

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Hei Helge!

Great! Thank you very much!

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