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Looks like Eristalini, further ID possible?-->Kertesziomyia cf. viridis
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Picture taken in April last year, east China (Zhejiang province). It looks like Eristalini to me. Is it possible to narrow down further? Thanks in advance.
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I think they belong to the genus Merodon. The is some similarity to Merodon pulveris.
 
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Thank you Karsten for the ID. I'll explore this Merodon direction. TumbsUp
 
Gerard Pennards
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It's a pair of Pseudoeristalis sp., maybe P. viridis. Nowadays the genus is often seen as a synonym of the genus Kertesziomyia.
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Greetings,
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Cool! Thank you Gerard for the ID! Yes, they look very similar to Kertesziomyia viridis (body coloration slightly differs though). TumbsUp
 
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