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Subfamily Syrphinae

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tiny gray Syrphid-Platycheirus? - Platycheirus Baccha elongata? - Baccha elongata Syrphid - Platycheirus Syrphid - Platycheirus Melanostoma mellinum - female Syrphid Flies Platycheirus quadratus male - Platycheirus quadratus - male Fly for ID - Platycheirus Xylota? syrphid fly - Platycheirus

Paragus female, but relatively large - Paragus haemorrhous - female Tiny Hoverfly - Paragus haemorrhous Syrphid Fly - Paragus haemorrhous hoverflies - Paragus haemorrhous - male - female Paragus haemorrhous - female Syrphid? - Paragus haemorrhous subgenus Paragus - Paragus tiny hairy hoverfly - Paragus

Syrphid? - Pipiza - male unknown fly Bee/Wasp? - Pipiza quadrimaculata - female Fly - Pipiza Pipiza femoralis - male Fly  - Heringia salax - male Fly on Aphids Pipiza sp. - Pipiza

Syrphid ID possible? Fly - Chrysotoxum Syrphidae Syrphid Fly Syrphini - Syrphus/Parasyrphus? - Syrphus torvus - female Syrphid Fly - Chrysotoxum Unknown fly - Dioprosopa clavata Fly on Sitka willow - male

Toxomerus occidentalis, I hope - Toxomerus occidentalis - male Toxomerus? - Toxomerus geminatus - female unknown Syrphid - Toxomerus occidentalis A fly that looks like a bee? - Toxomerus geminatus - female Toxomerus marginatus? (or geminatus) - Toxomerus marginatus Hoverfly (Toxomerus marginatus?) - Toxomerus geminatus Aschiza - Toxomerus geminatus - male Hoverfly sp. - Toxomerus geminatus

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