Syrphini - Southeastern USA

@upupa-epops and I are excited to share this guide to common Syrphini of the Southeastern USA! Questions, suggestions, and other reactions are appreciated.

To help improve identifications using this guide:,12,18,28,36,27,45,37,19,30,43,23,21

Posted on May 06, 2020 05:20 PM by edanko edanko


I know this may be of interest to you @aispinsects @treegrow @sambiology @cgritz @laurenjansensimpson

Posted by edanko about 3 years ago (Flag)

Absolutely! Thanks!

Posted by cgritz about 3 years ago (Flag)

Eupeodes in Tampa

Posted by aispinsects about 3 years ago (Flag)

Well done!

Posted by aispinsects about 3 years ago (Flag)

Even, again, seriously good job! :) Sharing this with other folks as well!

Posted by sambiology about 3 years ago (Flag)

Just in time for the 2020 field season!

Posted by treegrow about 3 years ago (Flag)

Identify link added above for those interested in using this guide to clean up their own/others observations.

Posted by edanko about 3 years ago (Flag)

Thanks for sharing this, nice concise summary of characteristics. Really appreciate it!

Posted by ppilarski about 3 years ago (Flag)

Awesome! Thank you for sharing!!!

Posted by rednat about 3 years ago (Flag)

Good stuff! Appreciate the time and effort that went into this!

Posted by silversea_starsong almost 3 years ago (Flag)

I'm assuming y'all will enjoy this new interface now including common species for all the southeastern Syrphid tribes.

Please let me know if you find any errors, I'm sure there are a few left.

Posted by edanko almost 3 years ago (Flag)

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