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Pollenia cf. labialis
Ray Perry
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Posted on 17-11-2021 11:27
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Seen very busily foraging on patches of invasive Solidago gigantea next to a well-wooded stream flowing through open meadows. A common fly on sunny summer days.
19th Sept. 2021 @ 15:33
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Yes, female Pollenia but difficult to say more from the image.
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Sorry Eric. Got distracted and never posted these other images.
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Hi Ray, it's not amentaria and not vagabunda and if my eyes don't deceive me and basicosta is black, posterior spiracle is dark brown I guess it could be P. labialis. To be more confident you need very sharp photos - an older and less hairy fly could help to see all the important bristles.
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Hello Ray,

just a short remark. It is not cf. Pollenia labialis, but Pollenia cf. labialis, because the genus Pollenia is not doubtful, only the species labialis.
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Jürgen

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Thanks for the correction JürgenSmile
 
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