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Juergen Peters
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Posted on 17-08-2005 22:48
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Hello!

This syrphid (also from today, Ostwestfalen/Germany) looks rather similar to that in my last posting, but it had the size of a small Eristalis (somewhat bigger than Syrphus). Any idea?
www.diptera.info/forim/7-0599-1.jpg
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Gerard Pennards
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Posted on 18-08-2005 00:05
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Nice picture, in my experience they are not so easy to put on a picture.
This is not a Syrphus, but something com[pletely different.
In earlier years it was called Megasyrphus annulipes, but nowadays it belongs in the genus Eriozona.
This is the female of Eriozona erratica! Very different from the other species in this genus, the Eriozona syrphoides!
Look for the differences at my pictures at the French site:
http://perso.wanadoo.fr/cyrille.dussaix/Eriozona_syrphoides/E.syrphoides_terrain.html
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Juergen Peters
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Posted on 18-08-2005 17:14
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Hello, Gerard!

Gerard Pennards wrote:
Nice picture, in my experience they are not so easy to put on a picture.
This is not a Syrphus, but something com[pletely different.
In earlier years it was called Megasyrphus annulipes, but nowadays it belongs in the genus Eriozona.
This is the female of Eriozona erratica!


Thanks, that was my first guess, too. But I was not sure, because I knew this species also with much more yellow stripes (the male even more, nearly orange):

insekteninfos.de/diptera/1708/Eriozona_erratica_W.jpg


insekteninfos.de/diptera/1708/Eriozona_erratica_M.jpg

Very different from the other species in this genus, the Eriozona syrphoides!
Look for the differences at my pictures at the French site:
http://perso.wanadoo.fr/cyrille.dussaix/Eriozona_syrphoides/E.syrphoides_terrain.html


That reminds me more of an Eristalis intricaria or male Cheilosia illustrata ;-).
www.diptera.info/forim/7-0599-2.jpg

Edited by Juergen Peters on 18-08-2005 17:31
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Jürgen

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