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February 2011 - Spilomyia interrupta
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Spilomyia interrupta
Spilomyia interrupta

Spilomyia interrupta (no common name) is a striking Hover Fly. Sometimes mistaken for bees or wasps, Hover Flies are harmless and important pollinators. Sometimes called Flower Flies, they have a habit of hovering in one spot and then suddenly darting around. Hover Flies have clear wings and are found around the world.

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