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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Contributed by Byrain on 19 May, – Moved from Syrphid Flies. Close – Allograpta obliquasince the katepisternum is yellow: Am I looking at the right thing? How about the white face with the black stripe?
I think I was looking too high, I see the yellow now, I’m still confused about the face, thanks for the help! I agree on the face – from what I’ve seen some A. I tend to rely on the katepisternum when I can see it since it’s more of a binary character! Moved from ID Request.
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Bugguide is hosted by: Byers19 May, – 2: It looks black to me Am I looking at the right thing? I agree on the face – from wh I agree on the face – from what I’ve seen some A. Byers19 May, – exotifa