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Q Hover fly nectaring Dill - Allograpta obliqua - female

Q Hover fly nectaring Dill - Allograpta obliqua - Female
Skidaway Island, Savannah, Chatham County, Georgia, USA
October 30, 2011
Nectaring Dill

Moved
Moved from obliqua or exotica.

Markings on tergite 2 are consistent with obliqua; see:


 
Kelsey-thank you for this upd
Kelsey-thank you for this update with confirmation of my submission as being Allograpta obliqua - Female. The image with two drawing's is an excellent teaching tool to document the difference between "oblique and exotica". Thank you!

Thanks to BugGuide I have documented seven Syrphidae species that serve as so important biological controls of aphids on our eight species of milkweed (Asclepias sps) (Project Monarch Health).

 
Glad to help, Fitz!
Glad to help, Fitz!

Moved

Moved
Moved from Allograpta exotica.

Moved

Moved
Moved from Allograpta.

ID to Species: Allograpta obliqua.
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Ron- thank you for your speci
Ron- thank you for your species identification, Allograpta obliqua

 
Revised ID: Allograpta exotica
A day later, Fitz, and I'd have had it right. Sorry for any confusion.

 
ReRevised ID: Allograpta obliqua
Sorry, Fitz. I was right the first time.

Moved
Moved from ID Request.

 
Ken- thanks for the genus ID.
Ken- thanks for the genus ID.

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