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A Hoverfly from Portugal for ID please
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Posted on 02-05-2018 21:51
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I think this is Eristalis sp , but is it possible to get an exact species name from this image .
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From this image it is almost surely impossible. You need to see, for example, all legs, arista, etc. to use a key.

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Matej

 
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It gives the impession of Eristalis tenax
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Thankyou for your replies.
 
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