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Bee? Fly? - Abia fasciata

Bee? Fly? - Abia fasciata
Lower Don Valley, Toronto, Ontario, Canada
May 2, 2010
Size: approx. 1 cm
On Poison Ivy

Moved
Moved from Abia.

Cimbicidae
Abia fasciata (Linnaeus). An introduced spcies currently known only from Canada.

 
Abia vs. Zaraea
Some sources call this Zaraea fasciata instead of Abia fasciata. Is there any reason to prefer one name over the other?

 
Abia
is now the correct name. Zaraea is a synonym of Abia.

Moved

Moved
Moved from ID Request.

Cimbicid, I think. Maybe Abia?



The experts will be able to say for sure.

 
Thanks Ken, it seems like a g
Thanks Ken, it seems like a good match.

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