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Photo#773546
fly - Doros? - Temnostoma barberi

fly - Doros? - Temnostoma barberi
Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, USA
May 21, 2013

Moved
Moved from Temnostoma.

This is Temnostoma barberi.
This is Temnostoma barberi.

 
Temnostoma balyras?
Is this a mistake or am I misunderstanding? I think I see yellow setae just beyond the third yellow band on the abdomen (4th tergite?) but I'm not sure I see "faint pollinose fasciae above the scutellum". When you say "faint pollinose fasciae above the scutellum" on other images, I was thinking you meant the two dots toward the middle of the the thorax and adjacent to the scutellum and not the two streaks further out.

I'm trying to sort out a couple of my own but I'm not certain I'm getting it. Thanks in advance and thanks for all your help sorting out this genus.

Moved
Moved from Syrphid Flies.

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Moved from ID Request.

Temnostoma would be my guess:


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