[Syrphidae] Re: Paper with Rhingia terminalia drawings

Steven Falk steven at sfalk.wanadoo.co.uk
Sun May 27 21:54:07 BST 2012



One of the most fascinating aspects of Rhingia terminalis, is their close
similarity to those of Portevinia, Ferdinandea, Hiatomyia and lower
Cheilosia (e.g. s.g. Nigrocheilosia). It is one of the finest storylines in
syrphid genitalia.


On a completely different note. Why do Volucella’s apparently perspire via
their scutellums? Many of my photos show them with wet scutellums, esp
females (see my Flickr site) .




Steven Falk

Artist - Naturalist - Photographer 



Wildlife identification & information resources at:

www.flickr.com/people/63075200 at N07/


From: syrphidae-bounces at lists.nottingham.ac.uk
[mailto:syrphidae-bounces at lists.nottingham.ac.uk] On Behalf Of eckvana
Sent: 21 May 2012 10:31
To: Hoverfly discussion list
Subject: [Syrphidae] Paper with Rhingia terminalia drawings


Dear colleages,

I am looking for the following paper, preferrably as pdf:

Barkemeyer, W. (1986) Zum Vorkommen seltener und bemerkenswerter
Schwebfliegen in Niedersachsen
(Diptera, Syrphidae). Drosera, '86(2): 79-88.

Can anyone provide me a copy?
Thank you very much!

André van Eck


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