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Photo#1068053
Robber Fly - Apiocera - female

Robber Fly - Apiocera - Female
Madera Canyon Wash at FR 4073, Pima County, Arizona, USA
May 12, 2015
Size: Length 16 mm.

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Robber Fly - Apiocera - female Robber Fly - Apiocera - female Robber Fly - Apiocera - female

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Moved from Robber Flies.

Apioceridae
That's actually a flower loving fly (I think. Definitely not a robber fly.) They can be tricky! Oddly enough, I was in Madera Canyon myself last week...
Edit: I thought this was a therevid first! Talk about tricky!

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