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Dasysyrphus? - female Scaeva selenitica
Morten A Mjelde
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This one was tricky.... Northern part of south Norway, Dovre, 24 June. Approx. 900 m asl.

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Hi Morten, Dasysyrphus should have a black stigma and the face is not protruding.
I think it's a female Scaeva selenicta.

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Hi Eric!

Yes, I agree. Thank you very much. I think the relatively small hook-shaped spots on the abdomen confused me a bit.

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Scaeva selenitica ...... being pedantic.. Smile
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