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joe hover
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Posted on 02-12-2019 19:15
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Hello,

can someone help me with the ID of this individual?
I found it in a pan trap in an urban context (university project). That would have to be a hoverfly, wouldn't it?
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helge
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Posted on 02-12-2019 20:50
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Hi Joe!

Where did you find it?

Maybe Stratiomyidae, Sargus sp.

Cheers, Helge
 
Paul Beuk
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Posted on 03-12-2019 08:30
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Sargus bipunctatus, active later nin the year and apparently fond of human environments. Smile
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