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Differential diagnosis

Didea species are large with broad flat abdomen bearing strongly emarginate or narrowly divided yellow, yellow-green, or pale green bands; eyes with moderately long but extremely sparse pili; and metasternum pilose. Didea fuscipes has the basal half of cell BM microtrichose only on posterior one-third, and tergum 4th with yellow fascia deeply emarginate but entire.


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Source: Flower flies (Syrphidae)

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