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Fall Fund Drive


Lady Lake, Lake County, Florida, USA
November 14, 2005
Size: 9mm
This is the same type of larva that made the pupa shown below, the image of that one did not turn out.

Moved from Syrphinae.
It resembles E. americanus close enough that I am tempted to move it to that page

Moved from Pseudodoros.
We can't be certain of the genus yet.

Pretty sure
this is a syrphid larva see comparison shots here.

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