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8.9.22 in Jyväskylä, Finland
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My best guess is female Eupeodes latifasciatus (compare https://www.flick...787790503/).
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Thanks Claudia, but latifasciatus flies in Finland between may-july.

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Check Didea !
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My first thought was Didea, but wing venation doesn't fit - Didea has a distinct loop in R4+5. According to Speight (https://pollinato...counts.pdf), the flight period is May/September with peaks in June and August (plus April and October in southern Europe). So it might be a late one...
 
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And Didea's uppermost yellow spot is oblique.
I think that Eupeodes is right, but which one
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