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Syrphid - Orthonevra - female

Syrphid - Orthonevra - Female
Bolton, Worcester County, Massachusetts, USA
August 22, 2005
Size: 5.5
This fly has the little triangle on it's back, like the frit flies have. It just looks a little different.

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Syrphid - Orthonevra - female Syrphid - Orthonevra - female

Moved
Moved from Orthonevra.

Fooled again? :-)))
Hello Tom,
I'm just kidding! But this one is not a frit fly, but it's a Syrphid! It is a female from the genus Orthonevra, and there are a few pictures in the guide already, so you can compare them with yours.
Greetings,
Gerard Pennards

 
Orthonevra
These flies don't fool you Gerard. It does look just like the ones in the guide.Thanks for the ID's again Gerard.

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