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Syrphidae: Caliprobola sp? - Hadromyia pulchra

Syrphidae: Caliprobola sp? - Hadromyia pulchra
Paradise, Mount Rainier, Washington, USA
August 26, 2009
Hello,

I am struggling identifying this species which looks very similar to Caliprobola speciosa, a european species.

Thanks for your help,

Gaell

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Moved from Hadromyia.

Hadromyia pulchra
See the dense ventral scutellar fringe and the black setose thoracic dorsum.

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Moved from ID Request.

Please move your post to Flies (Diptera)
For expert review.

 
Could that be Hadromyia crawf
Could that be Hadromyia crawfordi then?

 
Very likely crawfordi, but it
Very likely crawfordi, but it is very difficult to tell by the picture, but the other species in the genus are more rare..

 
Thanks Martin for the info.
Thanks Martin for the info.

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