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Eristalis pertinax
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Found on 06 of April 2017 in Kerzers, Switzerland, 447 m, motionless in a juniper tree. Size > 10 mm.

I suggest an Eristalis sp.. Is it possible to determine the species?

Regards,
Ov
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Hello,

male Eristalis pertinax (because of light fore tarsi).
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Jürgen

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Thank you!

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Ov
 
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