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Unknown Syrphidae from Greece -> Neocnemodon latitarsis
ckazilas
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Posted on 01-06-2020 10:16
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This hover fly was found a few days ago in Central Greece.
Any help with the identification would be appreciated.

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Maybe some kind of Pipizella? I still haven't figured this out.
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Looks like Heringia or Neocnemodon spec. female.

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helge wrote:
Looks like Heringia or Neocnemodon spec. female.

Helge


Thank you Helge!
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The broad hind tarsi could point towards Neocnemodon latitarsis.

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