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Helophilus pendulus ? YES male
nowaytofly
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Posted on 30-07-2021 21:37
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Hi, a couple of days ago (2021, July 27th) I got a few Syrphidae. Itried to ID all 4 of them but I'm unsure if I'm right. so I ask you for help to ack my ideas or please correct them.
Here's the 4th
Helophilus pendulus? male or female?
Sorry forgot to note the dates, northern Germany, close to a small river in an area with a lot of wild flowers besides a saved biotop
Thanks for your help, Norbert
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Posted on 04-08-2021 22:30
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Is my ID totaly wrong, or its to difficult to ID this Syrphidae? Is at least the genus Helophilus right? I would be very happy if one will answer me. Thank you
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Posted on 08-08-2021 22:17
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Helophilus pendulus - male, is correct
Greetings,

Jan
 
nowaytofly
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Posted on 31-08-2021 03:36
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Hi Auratus, sorry, not seen before. Many thanks for your support. Norbert
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