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I cannot taken this to species level, someone more expert may be able to but I think you would need to see more angles to be sure.
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Only manage this angle before it flew off, thought the pattern on the body might be enough to get past hoverfly to species
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The abdominal pattern on these often looks really clear, but in fact they are all so variable that it is of little use in identification to species. You need to get pics of the face, legs and abdomen to be confident. One or two species can be done on a single feature, like the front and mid tarsi on pertinax being pale and the eyes of tenax having rows of hairs down them.
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