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Photo#137175
Dunno, a fly? - Thevenetimyia maculipennis

Dunno, a fly? - Thevenetimyia maculipennis
Arivaca Cienega, Pima County, Arizona, USA
August 16, 2007
Size: ~1cm
Looks like a fly maybe, but that long proboscis has me confused. ID anyone? I saw a second of what I think is the same species and will post seperately next, adds a different viewpoint. Just noticed it looks like it only has one pair of wings, so can't be a Dipteran. Way puzzled???

Moved
Moved from Thevenetimyia.

Moved
Moved from Bee Flies.

Thevenetimyia
This is also Thevenetimyia.

Pretty sure it's a bee fly.
Alternate ID: Four-legged stork!

 
I would also agree that this
I would also agree that this is a bee fly..

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