[Syrphidae] Re: Arctophila bombiformis
eckvana at xs4all.nl
Mon May 21 11:06:08 BST 2012
With a face like that, it can only be one. Hence the
ID is correct: Arctophila bombiformis!
Francis Gilbert schreef op 2012-05-21 10:28:
> hi everyone
> Thanks to all who responded to my request. If
anyone else has an opinion on whether this is a strange morph of
Volucella bombylans or Arctophila bombiformis, especially those who have
actually seen Arctophila bombiformis in nature, then please feel free to
let me know.
> The photo was taken by Professor Pat Willmer on 2
Sept 2005 in her garden near St Andrews, Scotland. If it is this
species, it will of course be new to Great Britain - hence the interest!
> Best wishes
> Dr Francis Gilbert
> School of Biology, University Park,
> University of Nottingham, Nottingham NG7 2RD, UK
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