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Chrysotoxum cautum?
ChrisR
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Posted on 03-06-2005 12:42
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Hi, I found this on wet marshland near the Thames in south Oxfordshire, England. Is it Chrysotoxum cautum?

Thanks, Chris R.
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Yes, it's a female C. cautum.
 
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Hello,

www.glaucus.org.uk/Wasp194.jpg

Chrysotoxum cautum or C verralli ?

I do not have the keys to separate these two species just using a photograph.

South downs, north Shoreham, Sussex

Location web page:
Mill Hill 2006
http://www.glaucus.org.uk/MillHill2006.html

Cheers

Andy Horton
glaucus@hotmail.com
Adur Valley (West Sussex VC13) Nature Notes
http://www.glaucus.org.uk/Adur2006.html
Adur Valley Nature Notes: May 2006
http://www.glaucus.org.uk/May2006.html

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Edited by Perseus on 29-05-2006 19:28
 
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