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Old Thursday 26th April 2007, 13:21   #1
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Bahrain insec ID

If anyone can ID the linked insects I would be grateful.

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the second is of a wasp and bees. I have absolutley no idea what species though or could guess a genus. It gets very complicated in this area.
The fiest is of course a fly species but again couldnt guss what genus.
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the second is of a wasp and bees. I have absolutley no idea what species though or could guess a genus. It gets very complicated in this area.
The fiest is of course a fly species but again couldnt guss what genus.
Sorry for the lack of constructive help!
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Stab in the dark, but the first may be a Conopid fly-going by the length of the antennae
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Stab in the dark, but the first may be a Conopid fly-going by the length of the antennae
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