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Chamaesphegina

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Kingdom  Animalia
Class  Insecta
Family  Syrphidae
Rank  Genus
Phylum  Arthropoda
Order  Diptera
Subfamily  Eristalinae
People also search for  Austroascia, Chromocheilosia

Chamaesphegina is a genus of South American hoverflies.

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Description

Shining bare elongate flies, face concave, with slightly projecting epistome. The hind margin of the scutellum forming a well defined ridge. Abdomen is elongate and more or less parallel sided, wings are long and slender. Legs are simple, with the hind femora with minute bristles. The genus was first described from 4 female specimens.

Species

  • C. argentifacies Shannon & Aubertin, 1933
  • C. macra (Enderlein, 1938)
  • References

    Chamaesphegina Wikipedia


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