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Flower Fly, Family Syrphidae?? - Allograpta obliqua - female

Flower Fly, Family Syrphidae?? - Allograpta obliqua - Female
Virginia Beach, Virginia, USA
April 30, 2008
After looking on Whats that bug, this is what ive come up with...am I correct?

Welcome to Bug Guide. And yes, you've a syrphid.
Check out Allograpta obliqua. (Note oblique lines at tail end of abdomen.)

More here: http://bugguide.net/node/view/481

BTW, I enjoyed your bee/wasp images.

 
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