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Unknown Syrphid from 04.05.22 --> Epistrophella euchroma
Juergen Peters
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Hello,

unfortunately I could only take some bad pictures from a distance... A 7 mm male at a light forest path (northwest Germany). I'm not sure about the genus.
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With small yellow spots in the hind corners of the tergits it is Epistrophella euchroma.
 
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Karsten Thomsen wrote:
With small yellow spots in the hind corners of the tergits it is Epistrophella euchroma.


Ah, thanks a lot, Karsten! That's a new species for me.
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