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Syrphidae ID. => Parasyrphus
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Posted on 20-05-2021 21:59

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Is it possible to identify the genus of this fly by such foto?
Found in the garden in May. Transcarpathion region of Ukraine
basileus attached the following image:

Edited by basileus on 21-05-2021 14:37
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Posted on 21-05-2021 08:14

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I would say Parasyrphus..
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Posted on 21-05-2021 14:37

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helge wrote:
I would say Parasyrphus..

Thank you
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