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Black-winged Bee Fly - Thevenetimyia muricata

Black-winged Bee Fly - Thevenetimyia muricata
Husum, Klickitat County, Washington, USA
May 19, 2015
This Bee Fly was found in a wetland meadow, part of a wetland/prairie remnant. Thanks for your help!

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Female - NW Range
She lacks the silvery lines on the abdomens of Thevenetimyia celer. She also lacks the red hairs of T. notata females, which also seems to be restricted to just California.
There is only one choice left in this genus, for the all-dark ones with dark wings:
Thevenetimyia muricata: ♀ Good Luck!

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Looks more like a Bee Fly

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