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Photo#172848
Syrphidae? - Eupeodes

Syrphidae? - Eupeodes
Ada, Kent County, Michigan, USA
May 13, 2007
Size: 0.25 inch

Moved

Moved
Moved from Eupeodes.

Subgenus-Metasyrphus
Subgenus-Metasyrphus

Moved
Moved from Syrphini.

Moved
Moved from Syrphid Flies.

Moved
Moved from Flies.

 
Where to?
If moved from flies, then any idea as to its reclassified identity?

 
Again, same answer -
Above the image in blue text you can see where the image has been posted. You can get more info on that guide page by clicking on the INFO tab. What we did today with some time we had is to go through all the loose images currently sitting on the Diptera Order page and tag and move all the flower flies to the Syrphidae page, which is where this image currently resides. Hopefully a syrphid expert may come along and look through those images to identify them to genus and or species.

 
:-)
Thanks for the explanation.

Looks to be one of the
Flower Flies in the Syrphidae

 
Syrphini?
Thanks for the lead. This appears to be in the Syrphini tribe. It seams identification to the Genus.species level is quite difficult.

 
It's a bit easier now: ID is Eupeodes
Note margined appendix. On Syrphus, light stripes wrap around from top to bottom.

 
Eupeodes
Thanks for the update.

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