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#1 | Menno Reemer on 13 June 2005 16:06:04
To me this looks more like Heringia heringi than a Pipiza, because of the long third antennal segment.
#2 | Gerard Pennards on 25 June 2005 23:18:33
Hello Menno,
Yes, I think you are right! I must say I hadn't even noticed it, because I remember I took the picture on a day when there were a lot of 'real' Pipiza activity. So I must have taken a picture of one of the few among these that wasn't a Pipiza! :-)) I will ask Paul to change the name! Thanks for the info!
#3 | Paul Beuk on 18 August 2005 11:13:22
Name change complete! Smile
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28.09.20 07:58
Use “new thread” buttom right below

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How do I post ? Smile

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That woul be up to me, as an administrator. Smile

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I want to move a thread to the Syphridae subforum - how can I do this?

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08.08.20 14:31
ah ok ! I didn't knew oops !

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They are already in Poland !

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02.08.20 10:10
Ok... lower case naming for images.. understood,Lothar

02.08.20 10:02
I uploadad a jpg, but it is not visible in the thread...Lothar

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