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Bee mimic Syrphid - Eristalis flavipes

Bee mimic Syrphid - Eristalis flavipes
New York City, Central Park, New York, USA
August 14, 2007
Male Eristalis flavipes? Not only looks like a bumble bee, it moves around like one, both in flight and nectaring.

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Bee mimic Syrphid - Eristalis flavipes Bee mimic Syrphid - Eristalis flavipes

Moved to Subgenus Eoseristalis
Moved from Eristalis flavipes.

Nice
You are probably right.

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