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Apolysis sp. - Nye Co., Nevada - Apolysis - male

Apolysis sp. - Nye Co., Nevada - Apolysis - Male
Ash Meadows National Wildlife Refuge, Point of Rocks, Nye County, Nevada, USA
March 24, 2017
Identified to genus Apolysis by striped conical abdomen and blunt antenna. Please correct me if this is wrong, thank you.
Nectaring on Ash Meadows Sunray (Enceliopsis nudicaulis var. corrugata).

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Moved from ID Request.

The eyes meet at the top of the head. = ♂
You are correct. The wing veins are consistent with this genus, as well.

 
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