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Myathropa florea <== unknown Syrphidae
nowaytofly
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Posted on 09-05-2022 18:15
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Hi, I can't identify this S. , please help. Got it April 24th, this year in Germany, Lower Saxony, Celle, close to a small river.
Thanks for your support,
Norbert
Thanks all readers and for the comments, but after all, for me it's not clear which nice fly shows us her back here
Norbert

Now it's identified, thanks
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Posted on 09-05-2022 18:27
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Eristalis jugorum male... I think.

https://www.wikid...m.male.jpg
 
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Posted on 09-05-2022 20:02
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Hi Roger, many thanks for ID this fly.
Norbert
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Posted on 10-05-2022 02:29
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Hello,

I don't know Eristalis jugorum in nature, but this fly looks a lot like Myathropa florea to me.
Best regards,
Jürgen

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Posted on 11-05-2022 03:00
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Hi Juergen,
thanks for your comment, I didn't know these species, so I'm not able to decide which one it is now. Cool
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Posted on 11-05-2022 21:00
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In summer we have lots of E. jugorum here. This picture does not show E. jugorum. Look in the gallery.
Best regards Maja
 
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Posted on 21-05-2022 01:00
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thank you, dipdip, May be some one else can help can say which fly it is for sure.
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nowaytofly wrote:
thank you, dipdip, May be some one else can help can say which fly it is for sure.


With these thorax markings and the abdomen colouration I am sure, it IS Myathropa florea. I would bet on it...
Best regards,
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Posted on 21-05-2022 22:20
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Hi Jürgen, thanks again,
Grüßle aus Celle
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