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Photo#141849
Bee fly - Anastoechus barbatus

Bee fly - Anastoechus barbatus
Spring Green Preserve SNA, Sauk County, Wisconsin, USA
August 31, 2007
Size: ~ .5 in.

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Anastoechus
This series nicely shows the most important identification characters for Anastoechus, including the wing venation and the rounded, "puffy" face. This must be A. barbatus, which is fairly widespread in the western and northern parts of North America.

 
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Thanks Joel

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