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Argentinomyia

A. pollinosa Hull, 1947 A. longicornis Walker, 1837 A. agonis Walker, 1849 A. opacus Fluke, 1945 A. grandis Lynch Arribalzaga, 1892 A. octomaculata Enderlein, 1938 A. praeustus Loew, 1866 A. currani Fluke, 1937 A. tropicus Curran, 1937 A. luculen ...

                                               

Austalis

Austalis is a genus of Hoverflies, from the family Syrphidae, in the order Diptera. Formerly members of this genus were considered part of Eristalis though as rather a distinct group. They are very similar to Eristalinus, but Austalis is defined ...

                                               

Austroascia

                                               

Austrophilus

                                               

Brachypalpoides

                                               

Cacoceria

                                               

Carreramyia

                                               

Ceriomicrodon

Ceriomicrodon is a genus of hoverflies. The only known species, Ceriomicrodon petiolatus, lives in the Brazilian states Mato Grosso, Roraima, Amazonas, Maranhão and Rondonia. Its biology is poorly known, but the larvae are assumed to live in ant ...

                                               

Cervicorniphora

                                               

Chamaesphegina

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 th ...

                                               

Chamaesyrphus

C. pruinosomaculatus Strobl, 1906 C. caledonicus Collin, 1940 C. lusitanicus Mik, 1898 C. scaevoides Fallen, 1817 C. nigricornis Santos Abreu, 1924

                                               

Chromocheilosia

                                               

Chrysidimyia

Chrysidimyia is a genus of hoverflies from Brazil, with only one known species, Chrysidimyia chrysidimima. The genus was described as a small metallic green fly with dense punctation that had an "astonishing resemblance" to chrysidid wasps.

                                               

Chymophila

Chymophila is a subgenus of the hoverfly genus Microdon. It was previously considered to be exclusively Neotropical, but is now also known from the Nearctic and Oriental realms, and one species is known from Japan. Chymophila was based on a compo ...

                                               

Citrogramma

C. notiale Vockeroth, 1969 C. schlingeri Thompson, 2012 C. bicornutum Vockeroth, 1969 C. quadricornutum Vockeroth, 1969 C. fumipenne Matsumura, 1916 C. currani Ghorpade, 2012 C. marissa Mengual, 2012 C. distinctum Thompson, 2012 C. frederici Meng ...

                                               

Digulia

                                               

Domodon

D. inaculeatus Carvalho-Filho, Martins, Souza & Reemer, 2019 – Brazil, French Guiana D. sensibilis Carvalho-Filho, Martins, Souza & Reemer, 2019 – Costa Rica D. caxiuana Carvalho-Filho, Martins, Souza & Reemer, 2019 – Brazil, Ecuador, French Guia ...

                                               

Exallandra

                                               

Furcantenna

Furcantenna is a genus of hoverfly from Guangxi, China, containing two species. Furcantenna yangi is only known from males. Furcantenna is similar to the genus Schizoceratomyia. The two genera differ from each other in the shape of the scutellum; ...

                                               

Hammerschmidtia

                                               

Hovamicrodon

Hovamicrodon is a subgenus of the hoverfly genus Archimicrodon, endemic to Madagascar. Hovamicrodon is distinguished by a particular type of scutellar calcar, being broad and blunt apically.

                                               

Hybobathus

Hybobathus is a genus of hoverfly in the Neotropical region, formerly included in the genus Ocyptamus, which was split after researchers determined it was not monophyletic.

                                               

Indascia

                                               

Ischiodon

                                               

Kertesziomyia

Kertesziomyia is a genus of 14 Hoverflies, from the family Syrphidae, in the order Diptera. They are very similar to Eristalinus, but Kertesziomyia is defined by having a postalar pile tuft but lacking the pile on posterior portions of the anepim ...

                                               

Leucopodella

                                               

Loveridgeana

                                               

Macrometopia

                                               

Masarygus

Masarygus is a genus of hoverflies native to Argentina, containing two species. It was first described as representing a new family related to Conopidae or possibly the Oestridae due to its much reduced mouthparts. Larvae are found in ant nests.

                                               

Megasyrphus

                                               

Melangyna

Subgenus: Melangyna Melangyna barbifrons Fallen, 1817 Melangyna umbellatarum Fabricius, 1794 Melangyna lucifera Nielsen, 1980 Melangyna vespertina Vockeroth, 1980 Melangyna arctica Zetterstedt, 1838 Melangyna subfasciata Curran, 1925 Melangyna co ...

                                               

Meligramma

                                               

Meliscaeva

Meliscaeva is a genus of hoverflies. They have bare eyes, bare metasternum, bare metapisternum, the anterior anepisternum is usually pilose. Wing margin with a series of minute closely spaced black maculae on posterior margin. Mostly Oriental, ho ...

                                               

Metadon (fly)

                                               

Monoceromyia

                                               

Myathropa

Myathropa is a European and North African genus of very common hoverfly. Adults may be seen on flowers from May to September. Larvae feed on bacteria in organic waterlogged detritus, often in the shallow rot holes of tree stumps.

                                               

Myiacerapis

Myiacerapis is a subgenus of the hoverfly genus Microdon. It contains only one species, Microdon villosus. It is native to Uganda, though an undescribed species is known from South Africa. Larvae are found in ant nests.

                                               

Notiocheilosia

                                               

Notosyrphus

                                               

Orphnabaccha

Orphnabaccha is a genus of hoverfly in the Neotropical region, formerly included in the genus Ocyptamus, which was split after researchers determined it was not monophyletic.

                                               

Paragodon

Paragodon paragoides is a small hoverfly which differs from other hoverflies by its simple male genitalia, and was accordingly considered the most primitive microdontine species. It is the sole member of the genus Paragodon, as the other known sp ...

                                               

Paramicrodon

Paramicrodon is a genus of hoverflies, with eight known species. They differ from Microdon by their short antennae and the lack of appendices on vein R4+5.

                                               

Paramixogaster

P. conveniens Brunetti, 1923 P. contractus Brunetti, 1923 P. odyneroides Meijere, 1908 P. acantholepidis Speiser, 1913 P. variegatus Walker, 1852 P. gayi Paramonov, 1957 P. elisabethae Keiser, 1971 P. illucens Bezzi, 1915 P. aphritinus Thomson, 1 ...

                                               

Parocyptamus

                                               

Pelecinobaccha

Pelecinobaccha is a genus of hoverfly in the Neotropical region, formerly included in the genus Ocyptamus, which was split after researchers determined it was not monophyletic.

                                               

Peradon

Peradon is a genus of hoverfly from the Neotropical realm, containing 31 species. Many of the species were originally described in the genus Microdon.

                                               

Phytomia

                                               

Polybiomyia

                                               

Portevinia

                                               

Primocerioides

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