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Sryphini? - Dioprosopa clavata

Sryphini? - Dioprosopa clavata
Plantation, Broward County, Florida, USA
October 10, 2006

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Sryphini? - Dioprosopa clavata Sryphini? - Dioprosopa clavata

Pseudodoros clavatus, probably -
there are images of this species in the guide. I recently looked up a similar fly, which turned out to be Baccha clavata.

 
It is
As has been pointed out on other images of this species by someone who knows more than I do, the scutellum with the brown transverse line rimmed with gold is distinctive for this genus and its only species.

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