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Juergen Peters
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Posted on 19-05-2005 01:22
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Hello!

Yesterday I took this (not so good, sorry) picture of a syrphid with a size in between that of Cheilosia chrysocoma (see photo below, I took on 23-April, identity approved by an expert) and Merodon equestris. I lack the experience now to tell these apart when they are of such an intermediate size. Or is this not one of the two species? Thank you for help!

insekteninfos.de/diptera/1805/Furry_Syrphid.jpg


Here the C. chrysocoma:

insekteninfos.de/diptera/1805/Cheilosia_chrysocoma.jpg


And here another Cheilosia (?, does not be worthwhile a new thread). Is it possible to determine such a black species after that photo?
http://insektenin...sia_sp.jpg

At last a picture of a yellow striped Syrphid. Is this Eupeodes luniger? Thanks!
http://insektenin...uniger.jpg


Edited by Juergen Peters on 19-05-2005 01:24
Best regards,
Jürgen

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This certainly seems to be C. chrysocoma. As for the other Cheilosia: this might well be C. variabilis, but I'm not 100% certain. The Eupeodes is E. luniger.
 
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Hello, Menno!

Menno Reemer wrote:
This certainly seems to be C. chrysocoma. As for the other Cheilosia: this might well be C. variabilis, but I'm not 100% certain. The Eupeodes is E. luniger.


Thank you very much!
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Jürgen

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