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Eupeodes goeldlini

 
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PostPosted: Thu Sep 18, 2008 8:04 am    Post subject: Eupeodes goeldlini Reply with quote

Eupeodes goeldlini Mazanek, Laska & Bicik, 1999

Identification ease/difficulty: 4

Sources of information:
  • Keyed in van Veen (2004) p115
  • Speight, Sarthou & Levy (2007) Ent. Rec. 119: 213-219 includes a key

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  • Unknown (newly added to British list
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PostPosted: Thu Sep 18, 2008 8:57 am    Post subject: Eupeodes goeldlini Reply with quote

Eupeodes goeldlini Mazanek, Laska & Bicik, 1999

Added to the British List by: Speight, M. C. D. Sarthou, J.-P. Levy, D. A., 2007. Eupeodes goeldlini (Dip.: Syrphidae) new to Britain, France and Ireland, with a key to separate it from related Atlantic zone species. Entomologists record and Journal of Variation 119(5): 213-219.

Biology: Little known, the larvae are presumed to be predators on arboreal aphids associated with coniferous trees like other related Eupeodes species.

Identification: Keyed by van Veen (2004) and in the paper quoted above. In van Veen, it keys out close to E. bucculatus and the differences appear to be very subtle.

Distribution: The single GB record so far was found by Ted and Dave Levy in Wareham Forest, Dorset in 2007.
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