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Syrphid from N Spain to ID please -> Pipizella sp. male
Marian
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Posted on 21-01-2019 19:00
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Found on Crithmum maritimum, in a beach of Asturias (N Spain) on september 2018.

I appreciate any help to ID it.

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Marian
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I think is is Cheilosia sp. male, but it's not much help, is it? Smile

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Henrik
 
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Oh! Shock

I was thinking about some species in tribe Pipizini (after checking the venation) but I'm unfamiliar with these species. :-( I'd rule out Cheilosia, but thanks anyway for having a look and giving your oppinion, Henrik. Smile

Edit: I'm going to be "brave" and propose genus Pipizella, risking to say something silly. Smile
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Gerard Pennards
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No, you're not silly, this is indeed a male Pipizella. But without specimen not to be identified to species.....
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Gerard Pennards
 
Marian
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OK, Gerard, I'll settle for Pipizella then. Smile At least now I have an idea of what a Pipizella looks like. Wink

Loads of thanks!!
 
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