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Strange Eristalis pertinax? (06.05.22) --> confirmed
Juergen Peters
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Posted on 07-05-2022 19:02
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Hello,

I have learned, that E. pertinax is the only Eristalis species with yellow fore tarsi - and the the males have a rather conical abdomen. This male from yesterday at a hedge (northwest Germany) has light fore tarsi, but a an oval abdomen.
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The spring males shown in Steven Falk's collection (https://www.flick...771179127/) look quite similar! Maybe yours is just retracting the abdomen a bit.
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Thanks, Sundew! I also saw no other possibility.
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