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Surinamese Syrphidae? - Eristalinae, Eristalini, ?Palpada
Auke
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Number 3: maybe a Syrphidae? Near Wanhati, Marowijne, Suriname.

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Yes, Syrphidae! Smile And I would say it belong to the tribe Eristalini or close (once more, venation speaks volumes Wink )
 
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Piluca_Alvarez wrote:
Yes, Syrphidae! :) And I would say it belong to the tribe Eristalini or close (once more, venation speaks volumes ;) )


The dominant South American Eristalini is Palpada. This may be one.
 
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I'll file it as Eristalini, ?Palpada then.
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The pattern on the thorax matches Palpada furcata. In North America that species has darker scutellum and abdomen than your fly. It may be paler in the tropics, or you may have a different species.
 
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Is it possible to tag people on this forum? I'd like to tag Menno Reemer here.
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