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Eupeodes cf. corollae?
Maik Hausotte
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Posted on 06-06-2020 12:22
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Hello,
I think it's a Eupeodes species, corollae or…
Thanks for your help,
Maik

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Juergen Peters
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Hello Mike,

the comma spots do not reach the tergite margins, so not corollae. Most likely Eupeodes luniger female.
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Jürgen

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Maik Hausotte
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Hello Jürgen,

thank you very much for the quick help and the information. Then I will now name the photos as Eupeodes cf. luniger.
Best regards,
Maik
 
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To exclude E. lapponicus the wing venation is important (in this species vein R4+5 is strongly bent). It is not clearly seen here. Another quite similar species is Scaeva selenitica, but it has a swollen frons, dark antennae and a dark ring on the hind tibiae, so it is out. Eupeodes spec. is OK.
It always pays to compare the pictures and explanation in Steven Falk's Syrphidae collection (https://www.flick...600153789/).
Regards, Sundew
 
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Hello Sundew,

Sundew wrote:
To exclude E. lapponicus the wing venation is important (in this species vein R4+5 is strongly bent). It is not clearly seen here.


therefore I did not write "surely Euopeodes luniger" Smile
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That's what I understood from your post, dear Jürgen! I just expanded the explanation.
 
Maik Hausotte
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For me it is nice and sufficient to know that it is Eupeodes spec. Many thanks. Best regards, Maik
 
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