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Syrphidae - Syrphid Flies - Platycheirus - male

Syrphidae - Syrphid Flies - Platycheirus - Male
Bath, Lennox and Addington, Ontario, Canada
August 15, 2016
Size: 7-9 mm
Platycheirus scambus male maybe?

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Moved from Syrphid Flies.

Platycheirus.
Platycheirus..... male.
Platycheirus scambus has the markings on tergites more elongate and the basal tarsus on front legs less enlarged and the hind femur and hind tibia not so extensively black.

 
Platycheirus.
Thank you Bill for the explanation why it is not P. scambus.

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