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Eupeodes latifasciatus????
Kees Boele
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Posted on 27-05-2020 21:15

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Not completely Eupeodes corollae....could it be latefasciatus??

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Eupeodes males are very variable, and E. corollae specimens can be confused with E. latifasciatus. As your male seems to have a large genital capsule, and the yellow markings are broad on the abdomen margin (occupying 50 % or more of the margin), E. corollae would be a good candidate! Compare https://www.flick...423401338/.
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