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Syrphidae from Buenos Aires
Diego Rosa
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Posted on 08-08-2020 18:40
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Hi, I found this Syrphidae fly at my backyard this week. I can't Identify it.
Could you please give me your opinion?
Thanks
Diego Rosa
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Hi Diego, looks like Baccha elongata.

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Tony Irwin
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While several species of Baccha were described from Neotropical material, I think they have all been transferred to other genera now, and I don't think Baccha s.s. occurs in Argentina. There are several genera exhibiting narrow-waisted abdomens - I'm unable to suggest which one this is. Photos from some other angles might help (but not as much as a specimen! Wink)
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Diego Rosa
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Thank you very much, Eric, and Tony. I hope to find it again and get other pictures. Unfortunately, I only could take this from the backward.

Greetings
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