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Syrphidae Id.
Chis
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Posted on 04-06-2008 23:36
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Any Id sugestion?
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Lovely! I can't help you with the ID. Just wanted to thank you for showing us these Brazilian flies Cool
 
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That's ok.
Welcome.
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Toxomerus?
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Yes, for sure a Toxomerus sp., but in South America there are a lot of species and it's not one of the Northern species I know!
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Illustrated key for the genera of Syrphinae (Diptera, Syrphidae) of occurrence in the South of Brazil (PDF)
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M?rian Nunes Morales: "It's a very common species from Brazil - Toxomerus virgulatus, Macquart 1850".
 
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Do submit it to the gallery Cool
 
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