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Photo#1507641
moth? - Xenox tigrinus

moth? - Xenox tigrinus
lackawanna County, Pennsylvania, USA
August 22, 2017
Not sure what this was, perhaps some kind of moth? It was late afternoon and was sitting on the wooden post of my mailbox. It was twitching very rapidly, as if it had way too much caffeine. Striking features include very large compound eyes and transparent spots on the wings.

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Moved from ID Request.

Maybe a tiger bee fly (Xenox
Maybe a tiger bee fly (Xenox tigrinus)?

Here's an example: https://bugguide.net/node/view/1436837

 
Tiger Bee Fly
Yes, that must be it. Thank you!

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