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Triglyphus fulvicornis (Syrphidae)

A rather inconspicuous little hover fly that looks more like a native bee in action. Triglyphus can be distinguished by the long second and third abdominal segments (longer than wide), with the remaining segments together being much smaller in length than either the second or third segment. Photographed on Goodenia ovata.

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Taken on November 17, 2013