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Dasysyrphus cf. pinastri
Vladimir Davydov
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Posted on 30-11-2011 18:36
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Russia, St.-Petersburg region, Olgino, ~10mm, 29 may 2011
Unknown syrphidae. Frown
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Edited by Vladimir Davydov on 30-11-2011 19:26
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Posted on 30-11-2011 19:10

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The haired eyes and spotted abdomen make this a Dasysyrphus.
The species is, due to the dark lateral margins of the tergites and the entirely black antennae either a D. pinastri or a D. lenensis.
As the sternite is not visible the only way to seperate these species is by the dusting on the frons.
Then I'd opt for D. pinastri in this case.


Edited by Ectemnius on 30-11-2011 19:11
Vladimir Davydov
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Posted on 30-11-2011 19:29
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Many thanks for the helpGrin
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