[Syrphidae] Pseudodoros

Gerard Pennards gerard_pennards at hotmail.com
Mon Feb 13 10:54:30 GMT 2012

Dear Francis,Could be a male Pseudodoros nigricollis Becker, 1903,  frequently found in Egypt.
Also found in Zimbabwe (described as Baccha extranea) and on Madagaskar.Greetings,Gerard Pennards
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>    1. any ideas? (Francis Gilbert)
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> Subject: [Syrphidae] any ideas?
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> This photo is of an old specimen from an Egyptian collection.
> Is it Baccha? Does anyone know any different?
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