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Eristalis alpina - female
Jozef Sersen
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Eristalis alpina is the correct name? Region Nizke Beskydy - Dukla about altitude cca 400 m a. s. l. Thank you . I made a photo of 24.08.2013.
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Jozef Sersen wrote:
Eristalis alpina is the correct name? Region Nizke Beskydy - Dukla about altitude cca 400 m a. s. l. Thank you . I made a photo of 24.08.2013.

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Hello Jozef,

Yes this is indeed a female E. alpina! Nice photos of a very nice species!
A dark and slender Eristalis. Anterior part of thorax dusted whilst posterior part is not (so) dusted. Face and tibia with conspicuous silver hairs. Metatars of hind leg yellow. The swollen third femur is not visible in the photos here. Do you have another, lateral shot?

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Ectemnius wrote:
Hello Jozef,

Yes this is indeed a female E. alpina! Nice photos of a very nice species!
A dark and slender Eristalis. Anterior part of thorax dusted whilst posterior part is not (so) dusted. Face and tibia with conspicuous silver hairs. Metatars of hind leg yellow. The swollen third femur is not visible in the photos here. Do you have another, lateral shot?

Greetings,

Ectemnius


Thank you very much for the confirmation of my findings Ectemnius. Unfortunately I do not have another side view.
Jozef.
 
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Probably something in the file's 'ource data. I edited it and saved as png. Now it is okay.

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