[Syrphidae] Re: FW: Paper request
steven at sfalk.wanadoo.co.uk
Thu Oct 15 18:06:52 BST 2015
Try this Raphael:
clicking on images to open fully and don't miss the drop down/scrolling
species account at the top)
and add to your favorites!
Best described as resembling an oversized urbana, male with a completely
dusted frons. Size and build much like the largest pagana. Peaks with the
Salix blossom and seems to use wetlands/carr. Will the foodplant be
Asteraceae? (does anybody know what it is yet?)
Just for info - something big happening on Nov 5th:
So excited, I could pop - it mentions bee-mimic hoverflies, Volucella
bombylans larvae and shows beyond doubt that some UK hoverflies do mimic
solitary bees (Francis!)
Wildlife identification resources at:
From: syrphidae-bounces at lists.nottingham.ac.uk
[mailto:syrphidae-bounces at lists.nottingham.ac.uk] On Behalf Of Francis
Sent: 15 October 2015 12:47
To: Hoverfly discussion list (syrphidae at lists.nottingham.ac.uk)
Subject: [Syrphidae] FW: Paper request
Dr Francis Gilbert
Professor of Ecology, School of Life Sciences
University Park, University of Nottingham, Nottingham NG7 2RD, UK
Tel: +44 (0) 115 951 3215
From: Raphael Weniger [mailto:Raphael.Weniger at gmx.de]
Sent: 15 October 2015 11:58
To: syrphidae at lists.nottingham.ac.uk
Subject: Paper request
I struggled to find good distinctive characters for Cheilosia uviformis
Becker, 1894 and read in the species accounts that they are written in the
paper of Speight and Claußen (1987). I couldn't find anywhere.
Speight, M.C.D. & Claussen, C. (1987) Redefinition of Cheilosia ahenea and
argentifrons with records extending the known range of these species in
Western Europe (Diptera, Syrphidae). Annls.Soc.ent.Fr. (N.S.), 23(3):
could anyone share it with me?
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