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Lejops lunulatus? - Lejops

Lejops lunulatus? - Lejops
MacLaren Pond Trail, Fundy National Park, Albert County, New Brunswick, Canada
July 5, 2015
First of two individuals that seem to fit the pattern for Lejops lunulatus as described in Syrphidae of Ontario, although dorsal thoracic markings are somewhat muted:

I've sent some time looking a
I've sent some time looking at reliable pictures by Steven Falk of Anasimyia lunulata = Lejops lunulatus. I think this is very likely Anasimyia lunulata and a male, not a female as I first thought. It is safe in Lejops, subgenus Anasimyia and that is where it should stay.

Many thanks Bill, Martin and Ken!
I will get better pics this summer, I hope :)

Moved from Helophilina.

Lejops ..... female
Lejops ..... female

Thanks Bill!
I suppose it is impossible to narrow to some species? I will post the other individual.

I am only confident to Lejops
I am only confident to Lejops, subgenus Anasimyia but post other pics as they may be helpful.

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