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2014-04-26-diptera1 - Lejops

2014-04-26-diptera1 - Lejops
Dayton, Siebenthaller Fen, Greene County, Ohio, USA
Size: 1.25 cm
A tiny Syrphid I don't recognize...

Moved
Moved from Lejops.

Moved
Moved from ID Request.

 
Thank you all...
Thanks!

These flies were taking nectar/pollen (couldn't tell which) from Marsh marigold which was about the only thing flowering at the site.

There was 1 fly for every 10-15 blossoms.

Likely L. lineatus, male. Photos in the species seem mixed up and confusing as to sex?

Looks like Lejops - note the
Looks like Lejops - note the defined pterostigma, more straight abdomen, and thoracic stripes.

Lejops lineatus or close kin, i presume

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