[Syrphidae] Re: FW: identify syrphidea
eckvana at xs4all.nl
Sun Jan 11 14:07:56 GMT 2015
These two flies fit within the variability range of Myathropa florea.
Francis Gilbert schreef op 2015-01-10 19:33:
> hi everyone
> Does anyone know what this is?
> Do please reply direct to Roya.
> FROM: ROYA RASHIDI [mailto:royarashidi22 at gmail.com]
> SENT: 10 January 2015 18:27
> TO: francis.gilbert at nottingham.ac.uk
> SUBJECT: identify syrphidea
> Dear Gilbert professor
> My name is Roya Rashidi , MS student of zoology biosystematics international university Qeshm in Iran.
> _ Title of my thesis is about identifying Dip__tera: syrphidae_
> _Of Iran's flower flies in Bam township_, during collecting the samples I've found one new sample, I couldn't recognize it by existing identifying keys. So I will send picture of this unrecognizable samples for you in to be confirmed and defined. If required, I will send you the sample itself.
> Best regards,
> Roya Rashidi
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