Chrysotoxum intermedium Meigen, 1822 ♂
(with a deformed abdomen)
Fethiye, MUĞLA ● Turkey
Description: This species can be distinguish from similar Chrysotoxum with the 3rd antennal segment longer than the 1st and 2nd together.
Biology: It flies from March to October, according the location.
Habitat: Herbaceous places, forest edges, parcs.
Distribution: Central and Southern Europe, Middle East, Northern Africa.
Smit et al., 2001. Chrysotoxum fasciolatum and C. intermedium new for the Dutch fauna (Diptera: Syrphidae), Nederlandse faunistische mededelingen 1.