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Syrphidae : female of Helophilus pendulus?
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Hi! Vigonza (Padova), Veneto (Italy), 12 march 2022. Is it correct? Thanks
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Looks like Helophilus trivittatus.
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Thank you Jurgen!
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Personally, I would have thought Helophilus pendulus was more likely due to the facial stripe being dark and the hind tibiae being orange on the basal half. In H. trivittatus, the facial stripe should be yellow-orange, and only the basal quarter of the hind tibiae orange.

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Thank you Dylan, I thought the same thing. I am often in trouble when I have to distinguish between pendulus and trivittatus on the base of not too good photos...this why I asked the forum.
Greetings, Boris
 
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No worries. Fortunately, these photos show the necessary identification features, so I think you can confidently confirm your ID with this one.

All the best,
Dylan
 
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Thank you Dylan.
Greetings, Boris
 
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