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Scavea pyrastri
Liliane D
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Posted on 19-10-2019 20:55
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Hello,
In the south of France, on October 10, 2019.
Dry garrigue area.
13.5 mm long.
In the pictures of Scaeva pyrastri, I usually see the underside of the white abdomen. Can it be orange like this?
It kept flapping its wings while sucking in the nectar from the flower.
Thank you for your help in identifying us.
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Juergen Peters
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Hello,

Liliane D wrote:
In the pictures of Scaeva pyrastri, I usually see the underside of the white abdomen. Can it be orange like this?

maybe due to feeding? It is Scaeva pyrastri.
Best regards,
Jürgen

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Thank you very much Yürgen
 
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