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Parasyrphus or other? -> nope, only Syrphus without Para^^
Rupert Huber
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Posted on 13-08-2023 20:12
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Hi all!

For Eriozona erratica the R3 doesn't seem to be correctly bent, so I don't find any but Parasyrphus looking similar to this. Can it be determined by this picture?

Approx. 12 mm

13.8.2023, Austria, State of Salzburg, Pongau region, near Mt. Taferlnock, about 2250m a.s.l., coordinates approx. 47.21685, 13.45756
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Edited by Rupert Huber on 13-08-2023 20:55
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Juergen Peters
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Posted on 13-08-2023 20:25
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Hello Rupert,

a Syrphus female. Doesn't seem to have hairy eyes, so not S. torvus. If you have a photo, which shows the hind femora colour, we can tell whether it is S. ribesii (femora nearly completely yellow) or S. vitripennis (femora mostly dark). From the general expression I'd vote for ribesii.

Parasyrphus are smaller and predominantly spring species.
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Juergen Peters
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Rupert Huber
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Posted on 13-08-2023 20:54
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Thanks Jürgen!

Me stupid. Out of the mountains, I usually recognize it... maybe the tour was too exhausting.

Got no other picture, so it will stay sp.
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