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Callinicus pictitarsis - female

Callinicus pictitarsis - Female
Spring Mountains/Willow Creek, Clark County, Nevada, USA
June 23, 2015
5,970' elevation.

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Callinicus pictitarsis - female Callinicus pictitarsis

Moved
Moved from Robber Flies.

Yes, this is a Callinicus pic
Yes, this is a Callinicus pictitarsis female.

Female!
Coreyk, the orange legs with black spots and the striped abdomen and thorax patterns are distinctive. Your Robber Fly looks like a Callinicus pictitarsis. Here is one from Arizona:(male or female?)


Good Luck!

looks very nice
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