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10/13 insect - Panorpa - female

10/13 insect - Panorpa - Female
Randolph County, Alabama, USA
October 13, 2017

Without examining the genital
Without examining the genital bulb of a male, about all we can say is this is a member of the Panorpa confusa group. Given the location and time of year this could be Panorpa hispida or several other closely-related species.

Understand, Thanks Wes.
Understand, Thanks Wes.

Moved from ID Request.

Panorpa nuptialis scorpionfly
Was able to ID shortly after I submitted.

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