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Photo#680178
Ocypt*amus? - Dioprosopa clavata - male

Ocypt*amus? - Dioprosopa clavata - Male
Manasota Key, Charlotte County, Florida, USA
May 22, 2006
Size: 10.2 mm
Is this Ocyp*tamus? Can these be ID'd to species?

Scutum is metallic green, scutellum is yellowish with wide band of metallic green, and first abdominal segment is metallic blue.

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Ocypt*amus? - Dioprosopa clavata - male Ocyptamus? - Dioprosopa clavata - male Ocyptamus? - Dioprosopa clavata - male

Moved
Moved from Syrphid Flies.

Reminds me more of Pseudodoros clavatus


But what do I know? :)

 
Thanks Ken
I completely overlooked that one when browsing thru the family.

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