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Asilid - Atomosia melanopogon

Asilid - Atomosia melanopogon
Government Canyon State Natural Area in northwest San Antonio, Bexar County, Texas, USA
April 21, 2017
Prey looks to possibly be an aphid. I found a little area that had a dozen or so of these flies. They were on rocks and on poles supporting signage.

Moved
Moved from Atomosia.

Atomosia melanopogon (male?).
Atomosia melanopogon (male?).

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