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Phasia sp., / Phasia cf aurigera not Eristalis tenax
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Posted on 16-09-2021 21:14
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Northern Germany, Lower Saxony, Celle, Sept. 14th 2021
Hi out there, a few day ago, I went for a walk and took my camera with me. Alongside a forest road there were a lot of Solidago aka goldenrod. On these flowers I got many insects, especially Syrphidae, taking a bath in pollen. A few I could identify by my self, for some I need confirmation (or refuse if I'm wrong) and some I didn't know at all what species I got, can you help out?

3rd, a boy, looks also similar to Eristalis tenax? But I'm pretty sure it isn't
Thanks for your help, have a nice day, Norbert
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Tachinidae; some Phasia sp., maybe a Phasia aurigera (f) going by Gallery photos
 
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and one more thanks to you, Roger. Norbert
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