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Syrphid fly? - Eupeodes - female

Syrphid fly? - Eupeodes - Female
Port Sanilac, Sanilac County, Michigan, USA
November 8, 2009
Size: 10 mm
I think it is in the family Syrphidae. Can anyone concur with that?

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Subgenus-Metasyrphus
Subgenus-Metasyrphus

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Eupeodes sp.
Female!
greetings

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Syrphidae, yes
And I would say in the tribe Syrphini. The genera are very hard to ID. The head is so dark that I can't even be sure of the sex, although it looks like a female.

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