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Syrphidae from Italy - ID
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Posted on 20-12-2018 11:51

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Genova - 2010-09-29

… an old photo ...may you help me in the identification?

Many thanks.
Justafly attached the following image:

Mihailo Vujic
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Posted on 21-12-2018 11:31
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Eristalis sp. Maybe female E. arbustorum
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