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Meliscaeva auricollis (female)
Liliane D
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Posted on 16-03-2024 09:53
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Hello,
March 13, 2024 in the south of France.
Body 7,5 mm.
I noticed that Meliscaeva auricollis has a pale scutellum. But here I see the bicolor scutellum. Is this the criterion for another species?
Thank you for your help
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Liliane D
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Liliane D
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Posted on 22-03-2024 09:11
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Identification seems difficult. Shall I record it as female Syrphidae indeterminate?
 
JWV
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Posted on 27-03-2024 19:49
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Hi,

Meliscaeva auricollis I would say, maybe the bicolored scutellum is caused by the light

Best,
Jonne
 
Liliane D
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Posted on 28-03-2024 16:31
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Thank you very much Jonne,
I think it is indeed this species, with the darker color of the winter generations.
 
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