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is it perhaps Chrysotoxum festivum? => confirmed
Siegfried Rudolf
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Hello, everyone,

I photographed this hoverfly on July 6th in D, BW, Southern Black Forest (980 m). I estimate the size at 12 to 13 mm. Can you identify it?

Greetings Siggi
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Hi Siggi, I think it's C. vernale:
thin yellow bands on tergites
antennae: segment 3 < 1+2
femora: base of 1 & 2 black? if not: C. festivum
(Fotogids Zweefvliegen, André Schulten)
Greetings, Eric
 
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Hi Eric,

thank you for your explanation. The picture is bad, I know. But you can still see that the femora aren't really black at the base. When I look at pictures of C. vernale, the base of the femora is clearly black. I think, in this case there is probably no certain determination.

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eklans
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Hello Siggi, you are right: C. festivum!
Greetings, Eric
 
Siegfried Rudolf
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Hi Eric,

thank you very much.

Greetings Siggi
 
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