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Anasimyia bilinearis? - Lejops bilinearis

Anasimyia bilinearis? - Lejops bilinearis
Forbes, St. Louis County, Minnesota, USA
May 27, 2019
Size: Approx 1 cm
These were common on dandelion blossoms. 47.268828N, 92.604889W

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Yes; Anasimyia bilinearis ...
Yes; Anasimyia bilinearis .... male.
Anasimyia is given genus status in Europe and there is a general move to do the same in North America but BugGuide puts them in Lejops and Anasimyia as a subgenus at present.

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