[Syrphidae] Re: PDF request - Sommaggio 2001

Steven Falk steven at sfalk.wanadoo.co.uk
Fri Jan 8 17:19:41 GMT 2016

Afraid not Ximo, but whilst we are talking Syrphini, I'm pretty sure I've
got a new (at least to Britain) Dasysyrphus that is very close to venustus
(alongside which it was flying). It averages darker, smaller, narrow bands
on the tergites, male frons much darker, female frons with much smaller dust
spots. It was from Scottsih native pine wood areas in late May-early June
2013, when spring was delayed by 4-5 weeks (and Salix was still in
blossom!). Martin Speight has already provided some info, but interested to
hear what others think. See this link for images:
All the best,
Steven Falk
www.stevenfalk.co.uk <http://www.stevenfalk.co.uk/> 
mobile: 0781 555 7263
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[mailto:syrphidae-bounces at lists.nottingham.ac.uk] On Behalf Of ximo mengual
Sent: 08 January 2016 16:20
To: Hoverfly discussion list
Subject: [Syrphidae] PDF request - Sommaggio 2001

Dear all,

Does someone has a pdf of the following paper?

Sommaggio, D. 2001. The species of the genus Chrysotoxum Meigen, 1822
(Diptera, Syrphidae) described by Giglio Tos. -Bollettino Museo Regionale di
Scienze Naturali, Torino, 18: 115-127.

I have seen two publication years in the literature: 2000 and 2001.

Many thanks!


Dr. Ximo Mengual
Head of the Diptera Section
Stiftung Zoologisches Forschungsmuseum Alexander Koenig 
Leibniz-Institut für Biodiversität der Tiere
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