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Photo#17281
syrphid fly? - Lejops bilinearis

syrphid fly? - Lejops bilinearis
Bolton, Worcester County, Massachusetts, USA
May 12, 2005
Size: 6mm
It reminds me of a syrhpid fly with the wing veination.

Moved
Moved from Lejops.

Syrphidae, genus Anasimyia
Hello Tom,
Yes, it is a syrphid, it belongs in the genus Anasimyia!
Greetings,
Gerard Pennards

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