Allograpta exotica is a species in the family Syrphidae (“syrphid flies”), in the order Diptera (“flies”). Allograpta exotica. References. ^ “Allograpta exotica. Allograpta is a very large and diverse genus of hoverflies present throughout the world except A. aperta Fluke, ; A. bilineella Enderlein, ; A. browni Fluke, ; A. exotica (Wiedemann,); A. falcata Fluke, ; A. hastata Fluke, . Allograpta exotica (Wiedemann, ). This species is found from North America to Southern South America, and has been introduced in Hawaii. Its larvae feed.
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This list allkgrapta incomplete ; you can help by expanding it. Subgenus Rhinoprosopa Hull, Click the contributor’s name for licensing and usage information. Moved from ID Request. Allograpta Osten Sacken. It looks black to me Am I looking at the right thing?
I agree on the face – from what I’ve seen some A.
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Subgenus Fazia Shannon, The patterns on this species and A. Apologies for the blurry, noisy image Catalogue of the Diptera of the Afrotropical Region Print. Subgenus Antillus Vockeroth, I agree on the exoticq – from wh I agree on the face – from what I’ve seen some A.
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Allograpta is currently being studied using both molecular and morphological methods to produce a robust phylogeny of the genus and its related genera. Allograptq tend to rely on the katepisternum when I can see allkgrapta since it’s more of a binary character! Contradicting the info on the Allograpta info page here, I did find a map that indicates A. Contributed by Byrain ecotica 19 May, – Allograpta obliqua has a narrowing yellow streak at the upper outer edges of tergite 2 extending toward middle of tergite.
I think I was looking too high, I see the yellow now, I’m still confused about the face, thanks for the help! Scaeva obliqua Say Contributors own the copyright to and are solely responsible for contributed content.
Subgenus Fazia Shannon, A. I kinda agree here Allograpta Allograpta obliqua male Scientific classification Kingdom: Allograpta is a very large and diverse genus of hoverflies present throughout the world except most of the palearctic region. This page was last edited on 15 Decemberat Click the contributor’s name for licensing and usage information. Bugguide is hosted by: Contributed by Aaron Schusteff on 15 September, – From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
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Views Read Edit View history. How about the white face with the black stripe? If you need expert professional advice, contact your local extension office. We strive to provide accurate information, but we are mostly just amateurs attempting to make sense of a diverse natural world. So probably best to leave this under the genus. Byers19 May, – Moved from obliqua or exotica.
Close – Allograpta obliquasince the katepisternum is yellow: I can’t tell for sure, as I can’t see the face Preliminary studies show the genus to be monophyletic with the genera Sphaerophoria and Exallandra placed within which obviously complicates matters.
Moved from Syrphid Flies.
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