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These hover flies were everywhere. Out of the three species that I saw this was by far the most prevalent. They were mostly found at rest on vegetation or nectaring on prairie fleabane.

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Helophilus fasciatus - Photo (c) Liam O'Brien, some rights reserved (CC BY-NC)
abekin's ID: Helophilus fasciatus, a member of Drone Flies (Subfamily Eristalinae)
Posted by abekin over 4 years ago (Flag)
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I love drone flies and hover flies. We have mostly Eristalis where I am at, but occasionally we find something really interesting.

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Helophilus fasciatus - Photo (c) Liam O'Brien, some rights reserved (CC BY-NC)
abekin's ID: Helophilus fasciatus, a member of Drone Flies (Subfamily Eristalinae)
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