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Heineken Hover Fly

(Rhingia campestris)

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Heineken Hover Fly

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! Not a beauty the Heineken Hover Fly. But a very scurril looking fly. - Catchwords given by the Photographer : Insekt Insekten Insect Insects Schwebfliege Schwebfliegen Hover Fly Hover Flies Hoverfly Hoverflies Schnabel-Feldschwebfliege Schnabel-Feldschwebfliegen Heineken Hover Fly Heineken Hover Flies Kegelfliege Kegelfliegen Schnauzenschwebfliege Schnauzenschwebfliegen Heineken Hover Fly-photo description info Heineken Hover Fly characteristics Heineken Hover Flies Rhingia campestris Heineken Hover Flies-photos
Photographer : Gerd Rossen
Digital camera used : Nikon D2Xs + Zwischenringe - Soligor Extension Tubes 20+36mm + Tamron SP AF 180mm 3,5 Di LD IF MACRO

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