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I'm stumped. A syrphid, maybe? - Odontomyia pilosa

I'm stumped. A syrphid, maybe? - Odontomyia pilosa
Caspers Wilderness Park, San Juan Capistrano, Orange County, California, USA
April 6, 2010
This is a one-shot wonder, but I should have paid more attention to it. Any input as to ID is appreciated.

Moved tentatively
Moved from Soldier flies.

Odontomyia sp., possibly O. pilosa
Odontomyia sp., possibly O. pilosa

Moved
Moved from Flies.

 
Thanks, Martin, for the move and ID.
I have a longstanding history of muffing soldier flies.

Or possibly
a soldier fly of some kind?



Just food for thought pending input from those who actually know something about flies. :)

 
That would be Martin.
Thanks, Ken. You've nailed it again.

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