Orthoprosopa grisea (Walker, 1835)

A species of hoverfly in the family Syrphidae is a black to dark grey fly with two dark spots on the back of the dark grey thorax. The feeding parts are yellow to tan-orange in colour whilst the abdomen features two grey spots on each side

How to identify Orthoprosopa grisea?

What habitats does Orthoprosopa grisea live in?

Varied often found around flowering plants

What is the distribution of Orthoprosopa grisea?

Most states of Australia

How big does Orthoprosopa grisea grow?

Can grow to around 14 mm

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