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Pitt County Arboretum, Greenville, NC
|The Arboretum building in the background, with Canada Geese in a small lake in the foreground|
|Spicebush Swallowtail||Flower fly||Female Dun Skipper||Sleepy Orange on Firewheel||Leafcutter bee|
|Wasp (Campsomeris tolteca)||Tachinid fly||Fiery Skipper|
In a small period of time, five species of flower flies (Syrphidae family) showed up.
|Flower fly (Pseudodoros clavatus, subfamily Syrphinae)||Drone Fly (Eristalis tenax), a relatively large flower fly that looks very much like a honey bee.||Flower fly (Eristalis dimidiatus)||Flower fly (Eristalis dimidiatus)||Flower fly (Helophilus fasciatus)|
|Sleepy Orange (winter form)||Cloudless Sulphur||Cloudless Sulphur||Variegated Fritillary|
|American Lady||Monarch||Long-tailed Skipper||Ocola Skipper|
|Pipevine Swallowtail||Pipevine Swallowtail||Same Crossline Skipper||Crossline Skipper, tentative ID by Harry LeGrand, seconded by Jeff Pippen||Sleepy Orange (dorsal view)|
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