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Xanthogramma cf dives, Syrphidae, Hungary, May 2006
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A male of Xanthogramma pedissequum?
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Teglagyar u. 30.
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Xanthogramma pedissequum group. There are three species in Europe. Your image probably shows dives which is characterised by a dark shade of the apical part of the wing.

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Would be a new record for Hungary based on the faunaeur.org. I have to check it in the Checklist of the Hungarian Diptera. too.
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Well, fine. But that's not as surprising as it may seem. There is still no comprehensive taxonomic paper on the pedissequum (although it is known for about 15 years) and group and certain coleagues have doubts that there are really more than a single species.

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Thx Dieter for your help!

I checkied in the Checklist of the Hungarian Diptera, and dives is present in Hungary.
Edited by Xespok on 18-04-2007 18:50
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