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Syrphid adult (Syrphidae) (H. Riedl) [PRFf6]

Adult syrphid oviposits in leafcurling plum aphid colony (E. Beers, May 2009) [PRFf21]

Syrphid ("hover fly") hovering near flowers (E. Beers, Sept. 2008) [PRFf20]

Syrphid fly hovering over mustard flowers (E. Beers, September 2008) [PRFf22]

Syrphid fly adult (E. Beers, July 2007) [PRFf16]

Syrphid adult fly (E. Beers, August 1997) [PRFf13]

Syrphid on sweet alyssum (E. Beers, Sept 2008) [PRFf18]

Syrphid on marigold (E. Beers, Sept 2008) [PRFf19]

Syrphid egg in green apple aphid colony (E. Beers) [PRFf4]

Syrphid egg (E. Beers) [PRFf8]

Syrphid egg in woolly apple aphid colony (E. Beers) [PRFf9]

Syrphid egg in woolly apple aphid colony (E. Beers, July 1998) [PRFf14]

Syrphid egg (E. Beers) [PRFf1]

Syrphid larva in green apple aphid colony (E. Beers) [PRFf5]

Syrphid larva and eggs in black cherry aphid colony (E. Beers) [PRFf12]

Syrphid larva (E. Beers) [PRFf2]

Syrphid larva (E. Beers, June 2009) [PRFf24]

Syrphid larva on apple leaf (E. Beers, June 2009) [PRFf23]

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