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Short antennae and lacks the dark shade along the leading edge of the wing of C. bicinctum. I think.
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My book shows short markings on T2 for a male Dasysyrphus tricinctus which are absent on this specimen. Otherwise agree it looks like D. tricinctus.
I think these are variable, if you look at the carousel some have those markings and others do not. That said I'm not in home territory here.
If you blow the image up there is a hint of those markings.
Maybe the difference between male and female?
It's just a shame someone has agreed with the first ID, hopefully the correct ID (in my humble opinion) will win out.
Lat/Lng: 53.17982, -1.45089
OS grid ref: SK367648