Thread subject: Diptera.info :: Scaeva, but which one? -> Scaeva cf. dignota
Posted by Sundew on 26-07-2022 22:27
I would be a little more cautious with the identification, as I find the hairs on the eyes a bit long. To tell the females apart from S. selenitica
is difficult - see the character table in https://www.resea...Poland.pdf
. S. selenitica
specimens that developed at warmer temperatures may have spots that reach the tergite margins. So to me it's just S.