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Species Sericomyia chrysotoxoides - Oblique-banded Pond Fly

Syrphid Fly - Sericomyia chrysotoxoides - male Sericomyia chrysotoxoides - female Sericomyia? - Sericomyia chrysotoxoides - male 9036077 syrph - Sericomyia chrysotoxoides - male 8034005 Syrphid - Sericomyia chrysotoxoides - female Syrphid Flies Sericomyia chrysotoxoides  Male - Sericomyia chrysotoxoides - male hoverfly sp - Sericomyia chrysotoxoides Syrphid Fly? - Sericomyia chrysotoxoides
Classification
Kingdom Animalia (Animals)
Phylum Arthropoda (Arthropods)
Subphylum Hexapoda (Hexapods)
Class Insecta (Insects)
Order Diptera (Flies)
No Taxon ("Aschiza")
Family Syrphidae (Hover Flies)
Subfamily Eristalinae
Tribe Eristalini
Subtribe Sericomyiina
Genus Sericomyia
Species chrysotoxoides (Oblique-banded Pond Fly)
Explanation of Names
Sericomyia chrysotoxoides Macquart 1842
Identification
similar to the western S. chalcopyga --see discussion
Range
e. NA (LB-ON south to n.GA & IL) + MT-WY(1)
Remarks
the most common species of Sericomyia in the East --Jeff Skevington's comment
See Also
Chrysotoxum have longer antennae
Works Cited
1.Review of New World Sericomyia (Diptera: Syrphidae), including description of a new species
Skevington J.H., Thompson F.C. 2012. Can. Entomol. 144: 216–247.