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Differential diagnosis

Ischiodon is a genus with two recognized species, aegyptius (Wiedemann, 1830) and scutellaris. Ischiodon species have eye bare, basoflagellomere elongate, postpronotum bare, anterior anepisternum bare, parallel-sided abdomen, face and scutellum partly yellow, metaepisternum bare, scutum with a well-defined lateral yellow vitta, abdomen margined, vein R4+5 straight or nearly so, male metatrochanter with ventral calcar, and wing hyaline extensively bare.


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Source: Flower flies (Syrphidae)

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