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Pipiza?
Juergen Peters
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Posted on 02-06-2005 00:25
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Hello!

This male syrphid I photographed yesterday here in Ostwestfalen/Germany near a forest. Is it a Pipiza species? Thanks in advance!

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With the nob on the face in the lower picture it is clear it cannot be Pipiza. This is a species of Cheilosia (maybe variablilis but I venture on thin ice here). Gerard might be able to tell, but he is on his way to France and may not be able to reply for a while. We'll see. Wink
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Juergen Peters
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Hello, Paul!

Paul Beuk wrote:
With the nob on the face in the lower picture it is clear it cannot be Pipiza. This is a species of Cheilosia (maybe variablilis but I venture on thin ice here).


Thank you!
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