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Diptera. Syrphidae. Eristalis. - Epistrophe grossulariae - female

Diptera. Syrphidae. Eristalis. - Epistrophe grossulariae - Female
Québec, boisé de l'Université Laval, Quebec, Canada
August 26, 2017

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Diptera. Syrphidae. Eristalis. - Epistrophe grossulariae - female Diptera. Syrphidae. Eristalis. - Epistrophe grossulariae - female

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Moved from Syrphid Flies.

Yes. Epistrophe grossulariae
Yes. Epistrophe grossulariae ....... female.
This form is frequent and mentioned by Vockeroth.

Female
Eye-gap = ♀
She doesn't seem to fit anything in the genus Eristalis. This might be a female Epistrophe grossulariae, but I'm not sure why the abdominal bands are so dark. Hold on for an expert.

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