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Eristalis intricaria ?
maxi6215
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Posted on 25-05-2019 13:17
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Hello,

I observed this Eristalis on the 18th of May in Calais in the north of France. I think of a male of Eristalis intricaria, what do you think ?

Cordially maxime


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Juergen Peters
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Posted on 25-05-2019 22:06
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Hello,

maxi6215 wrote:
I think of a male of Eristalis intricaria, what do you think ?


for me it looks more like a female (widely separated eyes) of Eristalis tenax.
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Jürgen

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Posted on 26-05-2019 20:36
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Ah yess thank you very much !
 
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