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Posted on 18-08-2005 19:15

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5000476 was near Chicago on 8-15-04.
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It is a syrphid, and it is in the Xylotini.
This is a member of the genus Xylota or Chalcosyrphus, but which one of the two I can't tell you!
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Thanks Gerrard.
Would a better picture or different view determine this?
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