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Eristalis -> Eristalis similis
Marion Friedrich
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Posted on 13-01-2022 16:15
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Hi,
unfortunately I have only this picture. I guess the fly with the long pterostigma could be an Eristalis similis. Can that be confirmed or is it not possible to exclude E. pertinax? The mid tarsi are blurred, but look dark.
Thank you,
Marion

25.04.2021, on a meadow in Germany, Saxony.
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Karsten Thomsen
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The combination of very long stigma and dark fore tarsi shows that it belongs to Eristalis similis (female).
 
Marion Friedrich
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Thank you for confirmation of Eristalis similis. Smile

Greetings, Marion
 
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