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Meliscaeva auricollis (male) -> yes
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Posted on 28-10-2010 17:06
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Hi

It was very cold and I can see snow on the top of the hills . . Last year there were a lot of different hoverlies on my balcony at this time. The last weeks were very cold. E. tenax and Episyrphus balteatus are still visiting my few flowers. Until today: another guest:
Could this be Meliscaeva auricollis, a male? Last year a had late in the year a female.

Switzerland, balcony, 412 msm, 28.10.2010

Thanks for any help!
Best regards, Brigitte
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Nice pics of this auricollis
 
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Hi Andr

Thank you!
I'm happy: auricollis family is complete now :-)
Pics enough well for Gallery?
 
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Auricollis family is not complete, because it has various colorforms...
 
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