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Bee Flies Mating on Fleabane - Geron - male - female

Bee Flies Mating on Fleabane - Geron - Male Female
Fort Bragg, Cumberland County, North Carolina, USA
June 6, 2004

Moved
Moved from Geron.

Bee flies
These appear to be the genus Geron, as are (1) and (2). Distinctive characteristics of this genus are the humpbacked appearance, the conical shape of the abdomen, long antennae with a tapered 3rd segment, and the wing venation (info from Hull's 1973 Bee flies of the world).

 
Hello Joel,
as I was browsing I noticed that one of your links (1) leads to a grasshopper.

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