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Fall Fund Drive


Calvert County, Maryland, USA
August 25, 2006
Size: about 6 mm
Found this on the underside of a milkweed leaf.

Hi Arlene
This isn't an ID, but there are some similar BG images under Ocyptamus fuscipennis, just FYI

Moved from Syrphinae.

Moved from Pseudodoros.
We can't be certain of the genus yet.

Yes syrphid fly larva
- one of the aphid predators. Very likely the same species as this one:

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