In recent years, the tomographic visualization of laminar and turbulent flames has received much attention due to the possibility of observing combustion processes on-line and with high temporal resolution. In most cases, either the spectrally non-resolved flame luminescence or the chemiluminescence of a single species is detected and used for the tomographic reconstruction. In this work, we present a novel 2D emission tomographic setup that allows for the simultaneous detection of multiple species (e.g., OH*, CH* and soot but not limited to these) using a single image intensified CCD camera. We demonstrate the simultaneous detection of OH* (310 nm), CH* (430 nm) and soot (750 nm) in laminar methane/air, as well as turbulent methane/air and ethylene/air diffusion flames. As expected, the reconstructed distributions of OH* and CH* in laminar and turbulent flames are highly correlated, which supports the feasibility of tomographic measurements on these kinds of flames and at timescales down to about 1 ms. In addition, the possibilities and limitations of the tomographic approach to distinguish between locally premixed, partially premixed and non-premixed conditions, based on evaluating the local intensity ratio of OH* and CH* is investigated. ... mehrWhile the tomographic measurements allow a qualitative classification of the combustion conditions, a quantitative interpretation of instantaneous reconstructed intensities (single shot results) has a much greater uncertainty.