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Syrphid from Hannover, Germany -> Pipizella viduata
Haleun
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Posted on 27-12-2019 00:06
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Hello, dear experts,
these pictures are from May 30, 2019 in our backyard in Hannover, Germany. Although checking the gallery I have no idea. The fly is about 10 mm long.

Help is very much appreciated.

Hans
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Posted on 13-03-2020 23:45
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Hello,

is it possible to tell the genus?

Hans
 
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Start at Pipizini, probably Pipizella sp.
Edited by Waldgeist on 13-03-2020 23:50
 
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Hello Waldgeist,

thank you so much for showing me a track!

Hans
 
Karsten Thomsen
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Very nice shots of a female Pipizella viduata. The genus may be distinguished by the ca. 90 degree angle between M1 and R4+5 near the tip of the wing (more acute angle in Heringia/Neocmemodon). The species is characteristic with hairs of the hind tibia about as long as width of tibia (longer in other spp.) https://www.flickr.com/photos/63075200@N07/sets/72157631392427350/
 
Haleun
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Posted on 17-03-2020 19:23
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Hi Karsten,

it is great that you identified Pipizella viduata!
Thank you very, very much!

Best wishes from Hans
 
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