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Muscidae: Fannia lustrator
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South of Sweden, 2012-05-02.

This fly caught my attention when it hovered like a syrphid, over a pile of dry branches, in the shade of a big tree.
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It's a male Fannia. F. lustrator?
 
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Yes.
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Thx Stephen and Stephane !
 
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19.06.15 18:31
Gordon are you working from China. I am from Pakistan and working on Syrphid fly as well. Smile

11.06.15 11:15
Thanks Bums I am thinking shifting markings- this surely must be the word for it!

06.06.15 19:15
@oceanlis2000: schillerflecken could mean something like sparkling/brillian
t markings..imo

01.06.15 01:46
Can anybody recommend some literature that will help me ID my Chinese Syrphids. Smile

30.05.15 23:13
Bellardia

29.05.15 22:53
upload pic

28.05.15 11:53
Hello, can any1 tell me if this is the word for shifting markings on the abdomen - schillerflecken

19.05.15 15:40
Link to Nikita's articles https://archive.or
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19.05.15 15:32
Hi hope so can tell me if this is ok griffes et pelotes - claws and pulvilli Thx

09.05.15 13:04
Thx Stephane, I see by rather than from- no your English is great!

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