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oleg_kosterin

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Noviembre 28, 2010 a las 03:29 TARDE +06

Descripción

a female with the end of a male's abdomen still grasping her prothorax...

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Julio 9, 2024 a las 06:05 TARDE MDT

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Chipe de Pradera (Setophaga discolor)

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mlodinow

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Junio 5, 2020 a las 06:19 MAÑANA MST

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tortes

Fecha

Noviembre 2023

Descripción

Use McDunnough, 1925 attached. Reared in my tank in 2015. @joseph92
This is an imperiled species. First for the database.

https://www.ephemeroptera-galactica.com/pubs/pub_m/pubmcdunnoughj1925p207.pdf

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entomike

Fecha

Julio 30, 2011

Descripción

Det. T. H. Atkinson, 2011, confirmed via spmn examination.
New state record.
Probably collected while sweeping woody plants at the bottom of Ames High Prairie.
Coll'ed during the BugGuide Gathering_2011.
spmn in the UTIC, Austin, TX

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jayisunj

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Junio 7, 2024 a las 05:55 TARDE CDT

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jayisunj

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Julio 2, 2024 a las 11:07 MAÑANA CDT

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jayisunj

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Julio 3, 2024 a las 06:10 TARDE CDT

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tkoffel

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Julio 15, 2022 a las 01:27 TARDE CDT

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Stem gall on Polygonum aviculare. Larvae was approx. 0.5-1 mm long.

See previous discussions here https://www.inaturalist.org/observations/126152457

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jayisunj

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Agosto 13, 2023 a las 06:32 TARDE CDT

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isabetabug

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Diciembre 25, 2014 a las 11:03 TARDE EST

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Diatelium wallacei Pascoe, 1866
ID by Nico Franz

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stenthesnake

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Junio 21, 2021 a las 07:32 MAÑANA UTC

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Polilla de Las Dos Moscas (Macrocilix maia)

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dhfischer

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Julio 6, 2019 a las 10:47 MAÑANA HST

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shea48

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Julio 30, 2018 a las 12:22 TARDE UTC

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Mariposa Cometa Cebra (Eurytides marcellus)

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ecoexplore_sc

Fecha

Julio 2022

Descripción

ecoEXPLORE Username: kfamily

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Mariposa Cometa Macaón (Papilio bairdii)

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daverogers

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Agosto 5, 2010

Descripción

This swallowtail was raised from a larva found feeding on Artemisia dracunculus. Well known population among enthusiasts.

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mathewlbrust

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Julio 3, 2021 a las 06:35 MAÑANA MDT

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khristimantis

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Octubre 2, 2018

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pl_stenger

Fecha

Diciembre 2021

Lugar

Nord, NC (Google, OSM)

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kim_fleming

Fecha

Enero 14, 2024 a las 12:10 TARDE EST

Descripción

walking around on a beech tree.

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free2fish

Fecha

Enero 7, 2024 a las 10:39 MAÑANA CST

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I started a jar terrarium with a couple of moss species in the fall and today I noticed this specimen. Had been looking for life for about a month but had seen nothing till today. Body is about 14 mm long.

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ricemi2025

Fecha

Abril 2023

Lugar

Falta la ubicación

Descripción

Lifer! Flipped under a rock in a tropical dry forest, but it has rained since early morning.

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Salamandra Roja (Pseudotriton ruber)

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ricemi2025

Fecha

Enero 2023

Lugar

Privado

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second lifer of the new year! Added some pics next to an Eastern Mud Salamander found 20 ft. away and a pic of the log it was under. I thought he was a Mud Salamander at first, but when looking at both the “red salamanders” this one seemed a tad different.
Richland County, SC

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ricemi2025

Fecha

Junio 2021

Lugar

Privado

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Horry County, SC
Nesting female. Layed three eggs. It took her several hours to lay and cover the nest. Right next to the road

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ricemi2025

Fecha

Agosto 2021

Lugar

Privado

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Hendry County, FL. In a severely flooded gator hole. Was moving through underwater vegetation.

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Julio 20, 2021

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betootero

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Agosto 13, 2022 a las 08:33 MAÑANA CDT

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kschnei

Fecha

Mayo 15, 2020 a las 10:33 MAÑANA PDT

Descripción

Found on wooden bench and collected, 8 mm, Acrosathe? Also posted to BG here:
https://bugguide.net/node/view/1814105

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avnj

Fecha

Enero 2023

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Pahang, MY (Google, OSM)

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Cuervo de Mellor (Corvus mellori)

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axaxa

Fecha

Marzo 22, 2023 a las 09:08 MAÑANA AEDT

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Miraestrella Perro (Astroscopus zephyreus)

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alboertoalcala

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Febrero 3, 2023 a las 09:46 MAÑANA CST

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Hongos Bonete (Género Mycena)

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lohityt

Fecha

Junio 19, 2023

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Mala (Google, OSM)

Descripción

Golden-backed Frog
Mushroom grown on frog body

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Inimia nat

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glendawalter

Fecha

Enero 21, 2023 a las 04:50 TARDE AEST

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About 25 mm long. Matthew, I have emailed you re these.

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Hongo Agarico Yesca (Fomes fomentarius)

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artembunakin

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Octubre 16, 2023 a las 08:38 MAÑANA MSK

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Conejo de Montaña (Sylvilagus nuttallii)

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twillrichardson

Fecha

Marzo 17, 2023 a las 11:53 MAÑANA PDT

Descripción

Drama. These guys all normally get along pretty well, but here a squirrel decided to start something and nearly got kicked in the head as reward. Moments later they were back to munching sunflower seeds side-by-side again.

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chofungi

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Marzo 7, 2023 a las 10:37 TARDE CST

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jayisunj

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Julio 21, 2023 a las 12:06 MAÑANA CDT

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Grillos de Árbol (Género Oecanthus)

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nan-cee

Fecha

Agosto 26, 2012 a las 10:17 TARDE CDT

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Fecha

Enero 24, 2010 a las 11:54 MAÑANA +08

Descripción

Endemic species inhabiting in the sandy beach shallow and splash zone of lake Baikal

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stenthesnake

Fecha

Julio 9, 2022 a las 11:43 MAÑANA MDT

Descripción

Specimen was in bad shape when collected, it was missing legs and part of antenna. Tibia spur is present in second image

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ponerinecat

Fecha

Enero 2021

Descripción

Unusual stridulation similar to cackling or seal barking, beginning with a short and loud burst of squeaks and slowly puttering out with a series of "heh"s. Beetles will continue to stridulate for more than 2 minutes after the disturbance has ceased.

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thecicadadude

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Calling from an eastern cottonwood tree in my yard. This is the first definitive proof (a specimen I found might’ve been a weird linnei) that I’ve been able to get that this species is in my area. First one that I have heard in ~2 years. Rarest cicada in my area. This might be their northernmost location

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Julio 5, 2022 a las 04:04 TARDE CDT

Descripción

Found dead on the concrete. This specimen is currently deposited in the Nebraska State Museum.

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cholmesphoto

Fecha

Abril 30, 2023 a las 09:25 TARDE CDT

Descripción

A lone fly attracted to my white light setup adjacent to sand dunes with low, scrubby vegetation.

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suecar

Fecha

Agosto 3, 2022 a las 09:23 TARDE MST

Descripción

14 mm; possible first U.S. record. ID (from photos) by Evan Waite.

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cgstults

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Agosto 29, 2022

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entomo-logic

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Junio 4, 2016 a las 03:14 TARDE CDT

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3mm

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jayisunj

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Julio 11, 2022 a las 04:08 TARDE CDT

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Jumping

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Escarabajo Enterrador Americano (Nicrophorus americanus)

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Agosto 2020

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vireolanius

Fecha

Julio 6, 2019 a las 11:21 MAÑANA PDT

Descripción

Embedded in an American Kestrel’s scalp

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thecicadadude

Fecha

Junio 2020

Descripción

I haven’t seen one since this date in my yard despite seeing them semi-frequently up to 2020. I hope to see and collect one in 2023

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thecicadadude

Fecha

Agosto 2022

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What the heck?!

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jayisunj

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Julio 12, 2022 a las 06:24 TARDE CDT

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hexapoda

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Abril 2022

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evanbondauthor

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Mayo 16, 2021 a las 03:39 TARDE EDT

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jaroschacht

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Enero 13, 2022 a las 08:02 TARDE CET

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joekunk

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Junio 30, 1969 a las 04:14 TARDE EDT

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Mayo 18, 2022 a las 02:51 TARDE CST

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Mariposa Ochenta Y Ocho de Borde Rojo (Diaethria anna ssp. anna)

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tototzin

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Julio 20, 2022 a las 08:20 TARDE CDT

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sambiology

Fecha

Junio 13, 2020 a las 09:14 TARDE CDT

Descripción

Did a little black-lighting at this park trail -- a bit windy so not too too much showed up... Nonetheless, some little bugs hopped on the sheet!

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Gorgojo del Frijol (Zabrotes victoriensis)

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sambiology

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Mayo 3, 2021 a las 04:45 TARDE CDT

Descripción

Looks like some stormy weather coming this evening, so I wanted to get a few more bug observations during the CNC. Headed over to Cobblestone Trail Park to sweep the plants. :)

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finatic

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Julio 16, 2021 a las 09:16 TARDE PDT

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mlodinow

Fecha

Agosto 2, 2021 a las 02:11 TARDE MST

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froggy143

Fecha

Septiembre 15, 2021 a las 08:50 MAÑANA MST

Descripción

Workers were found in a makeshift termite bait made of a PVC pipe with holes drilled into the side, it was buried in the ground (the top of it was surface level so you could access the inside and a stone was placed on top to act as a cover) and pine wood was put inside, the wood was rotting when I checked it. Termites (Reticulitermes sp.) were present and workers were seen walking in the tunnels that the termites made in the wood. Workers were also seen on the inside and bottom of the PVC pipe.

Very happy to have found these and definitely wasn't expecting to.

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cypselurus

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Junio 2022

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aaron567

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Junio 25, 2022 a las 12:34 TARDE CDT

Descripción

New state record for Tennessee, and consequently the northernmost collection of this species. First for iNaturalist as well.

This small, orange worker was crawling on the forest floor slowly, not in very good shape. Looks like it got in a fight.

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Julio 8, 2022 a las 01:24 MAÑANA MDT

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Moscas Joya Verde (Género Ornidia)

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arbonius

Fecha

Septiembre 19, 2017 a las 10:11 MAÑANA PDT

Descripción

ATTN: This was not my field observation...it is derived from John Karges' iNat observation here.

Context & Collage Details

I became interested in the ID of this small metallic-green syrphid via the discussion thread under John Karges' iNaturalist observation 8376114, where the primary subject of the photos is the larger cerioidine, Sphiximorpha roederii.

The composite collage above (click it twice to view at full-size) was made solely for educational purposes to support the ID of this smaller metallic-green syrphid. It consists of a zoomed-in crop from the 1st photo in John's observation, together with crops of wing venation reference diagrams ("Fig. 2" & "Fig. 4") from the Copestylum and Ornidia pages of the Syrphidae da Amazônia website (associated with the paper Miranda(2017)). I added the colored-arrows to help indicate critical diagnostic ID characters in the discussion below. (Note, in particular, that although I made the collage, the component images were not taken be me, see my "Acknowledgements/Copyright Disclaimer" at bottom of these remarks.)

Genus ID Details

To pursue the ID I started with Miranda's 2017 "Syrphidae da Amazônia" picture key and followed what seemed the two most apropos sequences of choices available, leading to either "Step 1-3" of the key or to "Step 2-1". The joint outcome boiled down to either genus Copestylum or Ornidia (since the other alternatives at "Step 2-1" could be eliminated for John's photos due to: the lack of conspicuous antennae visible from above, and there being just a single species of Cepa in the treatment...which, unlike here, has entirely hyaline wings).

The character dichotomies at "Step 1-3" indicate that, within the given region of coverage (i.e. Amazônia), members of Copestylum are "rarely with metallic shine" while Ornidia have "metallic shine (green to blue)"...suggesting Ornidia here. Due to lack of a clear view of the face and side of the thorax here, two of the remaining three characters in "Step 1-3" can't be evaluated (i.e. those involving facial tubercles and anepimeron hairs)...but I think John's dorsal photo suggests that the notopleuron is indeed "laterally produced" (see orange arrow in the collage...and for comparison the specimen photos in the "Step 1-3" plate...and note that (from the placement of the insect pins) those specimens photos are dorsal(!) views with their heads twisted far to the left...and not profile views as they may initially appear to be!).

Moreover, note the two distinctive dark spots on the otherwise hyaline wings in John's photos (see pink arrows in the collage), which agree with those in the wing diagram for O. obesa in Fig. 4 from the Ornidia page ...and with similar wing markings in other online images, like the male & female BugGuide posts of O. obesa thumbnailed below:

As further support for the genus ID, I noticed something more while scrutinizing the wing venation details in Figs. 2 & 4 at the bottom of the collage (from the Copestylum and Ornidia pages of the Syrphidae da Amazônia website)...something that provides yet another character that appears to separate the genera Copestylum and Ornidia (and that I've corroborated by checking many additional reference images online). I've used yellow arrows in the collage to illustrate this character. It's somewhat technical (involving the basad [= closest to the wing base] veinlet bounding the "discal cell" of the wing) and it's tricky to describe, but here's my attempt:

For Ornidia, the most basad veinlet bounding the discal cell tends "anterior & apicad [= towards the wing apex]"; whereas in Copestylum the corresponding vein tends "anterior & basad [= towards the wing base]".

Each yellow arrow in the collage was drawn to lie within the discal cell of its associated wing, and point to the "basad bounding veinlet" of that discal cell. Though barely visible in the crop of John's photo, that basad bounding veinlet can be seen to be veering anterior and apicad, in accordance with Ornidia.

All of the above strongly points to a genus ID of Ornidia here...as does, additionally, the presence of a transverse "pre-apical scutellar depression" (see blue arrow in the collage) which is absent in most Copestylum but is a distinctive character of Ornidia, as indicated in the paper Thompson(1991), cited below.

Species ID Details

As far as species ID goes, the Ornidia page lists 4 species in its coverage area: O. aemula, O. major, O. obesa, and O. therezinhae.

The paper Thompson(1991) provides a good revision for Ornidia...though it doesn't include O. therezinhae, which was described in 2009 (in the paper Carvalho-Filho & Esposito(2009), which I've not yet seen).

Based on the key and descriptions in Thompson(1991), the small apical wing spot in John's photos eliminates O. aemula (which has a larger apical spot).

I also suspect that this is not O. major...since it's described as having the pre-apical scutellar depression "divided medially" (this character is shared by O. whiteheadi, and is nicely illustrated here). It appears to me that in John's photo (again, see blue arrow) the scutellar depression is not divided medially ...though the image-resolution is perhaps not clear enough to make that assessment unequivocally. To illustrate the potential difficulty here in interpreting this character, note that in the two photos from the BOLDSystems web site thumbnailed below (click them to enlarge)...both of which are females placed as O. major...the 1st specimen does appear to have the pre-apical scutellar depression divided medially; whereas the 2nd does not:
For context, I don't know for sure whether some of the BOLD O. major images may be mis-identified (or perhaps identified solely by molecular concordance with a reference specimen, without cross-checking the given specimen ID using morphology?).

It should be noted that O. obesa is the most widespread and frequently-encountered member of the genus, and is notably "(hemi)synanthropic"...i.e. often associated with (but not dependent on) human settlements (usually rural) where it is known to take advantage of additional resources for larval rearing such as animal dung, sewage, and rotten fruits & vegetables (see Thompson(1991) and 3rd paragraph after the abstract in Martins et. al.(2010)).

So, taking all the above into consideration, I think John's little metallic-green syrphid is most likely Ornidia obesa...though I can not rule out O. major or O. therezinhae with complete confidence.

Acknowledgements/Copyright Disclaimer

While I composed the collage here, the component photos were not taken be me...they were taken by John Karges and the photographers cited in the "Acknowledgements" at the end of Miranda(2017). I'm very grateful to those photographers (and Gil F. G. Miranda) for sharing their work on the web, however I have not yet obtained their explicit usage permission here, though I hope to and am in the process of trying [Note: Regarding preceding struck text...permission has now been obtained, see Postscript below.] In the interim I'm posting this since to the best of my knowledge the usage here (i.e. a transformatively-modified composite image for very-limited educational & non-profit use) is allowed under "fair use" rules (see also here) for limited use in the pursuit of research & scholarship in a non-profit, non-commercial, public interest context such as this. Still, I believe that even when "fair use" applies, it's often good (i.e. considerate & respectful) to inform & request permission of the appropriate parties when one uses their works, and will do so here.

Postscript (7/21/21): Both John Karges and Gil F. G. Miranda have graciously granted permission for usage here...I'm grateful to both of them.

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jayisunj

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Julio 24, 2022 a las 09:15 TARDE CDT

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thecicadadude

Fecha

Julio 2022

Descripción

I discovered a remnant population of about 7 in the back of my yard. I also witnessed a male attempting to mate with a female.

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thecicadadude

Fecha

Julio 2022

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Found in spider web

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treegrow

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i_fox

Fecha

Marzo 2020

Lugar

Kansas, US (Google, OSM)

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Found along with 2 or 3 other members of it's species under a rock with Crematogaster atkinsoni ants.
Superb mimic, good enough that I lost it when the ants started moving.

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dan_johnson

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Julio 3, 2022 a las 12:19 TARDE CDT

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cholmesphoto

Fecha

Julio 2022

Descripción

Approx. 2-3mm

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sammydstecher

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Febrero 4, 2022

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Escarabajo Enterrador Americano (Nicrophorus americanus)

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Junio 2022

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hydrophilus

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Octubre 2019

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hydrophilus

Fecha

Noviembre 28, 2020 a las 01:06 TARDE EST

Descripción

Observed deep within a river cave.

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hydrophilus

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Agosto 2018

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sunguramy

Fecha

Julio 2021

Descripción

This one displayed very interesting glow occasionally for a second or two along the length as seen here.

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silaseckhardt

Fecha

Noviembre 16, 2021

Descripción

Nesting in pipe. The ID was confirmed by Dr. Matthias Buck (@matthias22 ), and Mr. Nicholas Fensler (@nfensler ). For reference, or anyone who is curious, the distinguishing factors are that the hairs on tergum 1 must be a certain length, and the hind coxae must be hairless.

Update: As is apparent from the comments section, it is the other way around: Hind coxae hairy, or else it is another species.

Update II: I got back to site today and took a photo of the pipes where I found the wasp. The nest site is the white one to the left. In the 2nd photo that isn't a wasp, the mud at the back was what I thought to be the nest. Gonna cut it out and raise the wasps, whatever type they are.

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johnmorgan

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Septiembre 9, 2021 a las 07:29 TARDE CDT

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dr_firefly

Fecha

Mayo 22, 2018 a las 09:39 MAÑANA EDT

Descripción

Fireflies in this genus are ant inquilines, and all life stages have been found in the brood-queen-fungal chambers of varied #ant species. They don't seem to feed on or harm the ants.

For more information:
Sivinski, J. M., J. E. Lloyd, S. N. Beshers, L. R. Davis, R. G. Sivinski, S. R. Wing, R. T. Sullivan, P. E. Cushing, and E. Petersson. 1998. A natural history of Pleotomodes needhami Green (Coleoptera: Lampyridae): a firefly symbiont of ants. The Coleopterists Bulletin 52(1): 23–30.

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thecicadadude

Fecha

Julio 8, 2022 a las 04:09 TARDE CDT

Descripción

Found on vegetation near pond

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wongun

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Junio 2, 2022 a las 08:40 TARDE KST

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Chinche Crestada Norteamericana (Arilus cristatus)

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nadia_tx_usa

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Julio 5, 2022 a las 09:45 MAÑANA CDT

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thecicadadude

Fecha

Junio 2022

Descripción

@jayisunj look what I just collected….. it was on the trunk of a huge elm tree in my yard.

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thecicadadude

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Julio 2022

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@jayisunj !!!!!!
I found this on a neighbor’s fence and collected it. You can now have my other specimen if you want

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thecicadadude

Fecha

Julio 2022

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@jayisunj @hexapoda ….
I was sitting out on my back porch with my parents enjoying fireworks and fireflies when I heard a very loud buzzzz-SMACK. I looked under my porch light to see this beast laying on the door mat.

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mgguilin

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Julio 4, 2022 a las 11:23 MAÑANA EDT

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ivanj

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Mayo 11, 2022 a las 02:28 TARDE CEST

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thecicadadude

Fecha

Julio 2022

Descripción

I have a weird ‘cicada sense’. I thought tonight would be the night I’d find a nymph in my yard and guess what…
@jayisunj hopefully tomorrow we can get a species ID.

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amygraz

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observed in an open field.sunny summer day in Colorado.

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thecicadadude

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Junio 2022

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Holy….
This was in the bottom of a drainage creek in my yard….. out of all the dragonflies I expected to find in my yard, this was certainly not one of the top pics
@colindjones @b_coulter @joshualincoln

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sneak-e

Fecha

Agosto 10, 2020 a las 01:14 MAÑANA EDT

Descripción

I believe same individual spotted on Aug 8th, 2020. Found in same general area.

I found 7 DIFFERENT individuals over a couple weeks.

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thecicadadude

Fecha

Mayo 2022

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@jayisunj this thing was a tank
ID is from past bugguide IDs

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thecicadadude

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Agosto 2020

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Reared from caterpillar on lichen-covered branches

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hopperdude215

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Marzo 12, 2022 a las 12:08 TARDE -05

Descripción

This species was rediscovered in 2015, as it had not been seen since the original and previously only specimen was collected in 1970, with the rediscovery officially published in 2017. This species is endemic to western Colombia, and this is likely one of the only pictures of a live individual online.

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thecicadadude

Fecha

Junio 2, 2022 a las 01:28 TARDE CDT

Descripción

@jayisunj check this beast out! Many males fighting over territory in sunlit areas