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Parasyrphus punctulatus Female says dipdip
Jim Senn
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Posted on 01-12-2023 18:07
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2023-06-06; Badem, RLP, Germany; photos show yellow markings that are flat anterior & rounded posterior. Is this Melangyna lasiophthalma?
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My guess: Parasyrphus punctulatus full of egs and therefor rather broad.
 
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Thanks for your ID; P. punctulatus that looks much better.
 
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