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Chrysotoxum ID help
Karol Ox
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Hello.


3rd antennae segment longer than segment 1 and 2. (= Ch. festivum/fasciatum/arcuatum). Femur 1 and 2 yellow with black basis (= Ch. vernale)...

What do you think? Found 22.7.2018, High Tatras, Slovakia, 900m a.s.l.

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I would say C. fasciolatum.

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helge wrote:
I would say C. fasciolatum.

Greetings, Helge


Probably yes.Thank you
 
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