[Syrphidae] Re: from Frank van der Meuter
eckvana at xs4all.nl
Tue Mar 15 08:28:35 GMT 2016
I have all the literature you need, but not at the very moment because I
am at my work. If you don't receive it from others, I can send it to you
later... Just let me know.
About _P. romanicus_ Stanescu (of the bicolor group) I can only say that
this species is currently under revision. It is very similar to
_bicolor_ Fabricius and to _testaceus _Meigen. Ante Vujic I believe is
preparing a paper which deals with these three species. Females of these
three species probably will stay unidentifiable.
And ofcourse I am willing to assist you in case you would require some
extra hands on your Belgian specimens.
Francis Gilbert schreef op 2016-03-15 09:15:
> Dear all,
> I am looking for
> Goeldlin de Tiefenau, P. 1976. Révision du genre Paragus (Dipt. Syrphidae) de la région
> paléarctique occidentale. -- Mitteilungen der Schweizerischen Entomologischen Gesellschaft 49:
> Goeldlin de Tiefenau P., 1974. - Contribution à l'étude systématique et écologique des Syrphidae (Dipt.) de la Suisse occidentale. Mitteilungen der Schweizerichen Entomologischen Gesellschaft, 47 : 151-252.
> Any other usefull papers on how to ID Paragus in Central and Western Europe are also very welcome, especially the ones that include Paragus flammeus, P. bicolor, P. romanicus, P. finitimus and allies!!!
> Also, I have tried several keys (Verlinden 1992,van Veen 2004) to ID females of the above species, but I it seems to me that these keys cannot satisfactory discriminate between females of P finitimus and P flammeus? Can anyone suggest how this can be done?
> regards, Frank
> Dr Francis Gilbert
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