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Ferdinandea cuprea? --> Yes
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Posted on 19-01-2019 20:14

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this Syrphidae is from our garden in northern Germany, 15. July 2018.
Is it Ferdinandea cuprea?

Thanks and bestes wishes,
FrankH attached the following image:

Edited by FrankH on 20-01-2019 15:41
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Posted on 20-01-2019 00:55
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Right; the dark arista excludes F. ruficornis.
Regards, Sundew
Fred Fly
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Posted on 20-01-2019 10:08

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Hi FrankH,
are professional photographer and selling the pictures you are showing here?
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