Accepted scientific name:
Syrphus ribesii (Linnaeus, 1758) (accepted name)
Synonyms:
Musca blandus Harris, 1780 (synonym)
Musca vacua Scopoli, 1763 (synonym)
Scaeva concava Say, 1823 (synonym)
Syrphus autumnalis Fluke, 1954 (synonym)
Syrphus beringi Violovitsh, 1975 (synonym)
Syrphus bigelowi Curran, 1924 (synonym)
Syrphus brevicinctus Kanervo, 1938 (synonym)
Syrphus himalayanus Nayar, 1968 (synonym)
Syrphus interruptus Ringdahl, 1930 (synonym)
Syrphus japonicus Matsumura, 1917 (synonym)
Syrphus jezoensis Matsumura, 1917 (synonym)
Syrphus jonesii Fluke, 1949 (synonym)
Syrphus maculifer Matsumura, 1918 (synonym)
Syrphus moiwanus Matsumura, 1917 (synonym)
Syrphus nigrigena Enderlein, 1938 (synonym)
Syrphus philadelphicus Macquart, 1842 (synonym)
Syrphus similis Jones, 1917 (synonym)
Syrphus teshikaganus Matsumura, 1918 (synonym)
Syrphus vittafrons Shannon, 1916 (synonym)
Syrphus yamahanensis Matsumura, 1917 (synonym)
Common names: -
Classification:
Animalia
Phylum Arthropoda
Class Insecta
Order Diptera
Family Syrphidae
Genus Syrphus
Distribution: Alaska to New Brunswick, s. to Mexico.
Additional data: -
Source database: Systema Dipterorum, 2.0, Jan 2011
Latest taxonomic scrutiny: Systema Dipterorum working record, 2010
Online resource: http://www.diptera.org/NomenclatorDetail.php?Recn=55037
CoL taxon LSID: urn:lsid:catalogueoflife.org:taxon:dc54ab68-2dc5-11e0-98c6-2ce70255a436:col20110201