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Mosca Helophilus fasciatus (hembra, female)

Helophilus fasciatus

Description:

Orden Diptera (moscas) Familia Syrphidae (moscas syrphid) Género Helophilus Especies fasciatus (Helophilus fasciatus) Helophilus fasciatus es una especie de mosca que imita a las abejas o avispas, tanto en coloración como en comportamiento. Se alimentan sólo con polen y néctar. Feeding only on pollen and nectar, Helophilus fasciatus is a species of hover fly that mimics bees or wasps in both coloration and behavior.

Habitat:

Estaba sobre una planta de lantana en los Jardines del Río Turia, Valencia.

Notes:

Es una hembra porque tiene pelos negros entre los ojos, en la parte superior. It is a female because she has black hair between the eyes, on top.

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eulalia rubio
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eulalia rubio

Valencia, Comunitat Valenciana, Spain

Spotted on Sep 29, 2012
Submitted on Sep 29, 2012

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