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Tribe Bombyliini


Bee fly--Anastoechus? - Anastoechus Bee fly - Anastoechus barbatus Bee Fly - Anastoechus Unknown Bee or Fly - Anastoechus Anastoechus hessei - female Systoechus? - Anastoechus A barbatus - Anastoechus barbatus Anastoechus barbatus? - Anastoechus

Bee Fly - Bombylius pygmaeus bee fly - Bombylius - female Bee fly - Bombylius Greater Bee Fly - Bombylius major - female Bee-Fly Striped - Bombylius Bee Fly - Bombylius major Greater bee fly - Bombylius major Greater Bee Fly sunning? - Bombylius major

Acts like a hummingbird moth. - Heterostylum robustum - male Bee Fly - Heterostylum robustum - male fly 50 - Heterostylum robustum Bee Fly - Heterostylum robustum Loud humming insect - Heterostylum robustum Heterostylum - male - female Bee Fly - Heterostylum Bee fly  - Heterostylum robustum - male - female

Systoechus? - Systoechus Bee Fly - Systoechus Bee fly on Eriogonum annuum - Systoechus oreas some kind of beefly  - Systoechus Bee fly - Systoechus Bee Fly - Systoechus Beefly - Systoechus Systoechus - Systoechus vulgaris

Bee Fly - Triploechus novus - male Bee Fly - Triploechus - male Bee Fly - Triploechus - male Bombyliid - Triploechus beefly - Triploechus novus - female beefly - Triploechus - female Furry fly?  - Triploechus novus - female California Bee Fly - Triploechus - male