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Photo#183980
Eupeodes (sp.) - which? - Eupeodes volucris

Eupeodes (sp.) - which? - Eupeodes volucris
Oakland, Alameda County, California, USA
May 19, 2008
Size: 3/8"
On an iris leaf at 900 ft. elev.

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Eupeodes (sp.) - which? - Eupeodes volucris Eupeodes (sp.) - which? - Eupeodes volucris - female

Moved
Moved from Eupeodes.

Moved
Moved from Syrphini.

Not an ID
but it looks close to a Eupeodes sp. to me - see, for example:



Please wait for one of our syrphid experts to comment, though...

 
Not an expert, but it's Eupeodes
On the nearly identical Scaeva pyrastri the light color is less precise and the small circles more "blobby".

 
Likely E. volucris
But I'm not 100% sure.

 
Likely E. volucris
Sure enough I can relabel the picture, and move it to a better home?

 
Why move it?
This is the right place for it for now.

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