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Species Dioprosopa clavata

 
 
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Zur Gattung Pseudodoros Becker, 1903 (Diptera, Syrphidae)
By Kassebeer C.F.
Dipteron 3(1): 73-92, 2000
according to this revision, Pseudodoros is a monotypic Old World genus; the correct name for what we call here P. clavatus is Dioprosopa clavata.
[i have a copy]

A revision of the genera of the Syrphini (Diptera: Syrphidae)
By Vockeroth J.R.
Mem. Ent. Soc. Canada 62: 1-176, 1969

An overview of the genus Ocyptamus Macquart, 1834, with a revision of the Ocyptamus tristis species group (PhD thesis)
By Gonçalves Miranda G.F.
Guelph, Ontario. iii+617 pp., 2011

The flower flies of the subfamily Syrphinae of Canada, Alaska, and Greenland, Diptera: Syrphidae
By Vockeroth J.R.
The insects and arachnids of Canada, Pt. 18. Ottawa: Agriculture Canada. 456 pp., 1992

Fabulous flower flies for famous fly fanatics (Diptera: Syrphidae). A tribute to the dipterists of the CNC
By Thompson F.C.
Can. Entomol. 144: 1-16, 2012

Colour guide to hoverfly larvae (Diptera, Syrphidae) in Britain and Europe
By Rotheray G.E.
Dipterists Digest No. 9. 155 pp., 1993

Contribution to a monograph of the American Syrphidae from north of Mexico
By Curran C.H.
Kans. U. Sci. Bull. 15: 7-216, 1925

The Syrphidae of Ohio
By Metcalf C.L.
Ohio State U. 122 pp., 1913
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