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Bee Fly? - Esenbeckia tinkhami - female

Bee Fly? - Esenbeckia tinkhami - Female
Sycamore Canyon - Coronado National Forest, Santa Cruz County, Arizona, USA


Moved from Pangoniinae.

Hi Tony, how may this be sepa
Hi Tony, how may this be separated from E. tinkhami?

my error
incisuralis does not get further west than Texas
tinkhami was originally described as a ssp. of incisuralis
tinkhami is the Arizona sp.

New Genus
and it follows, new species for BG. Moved.

Thanks Tony!
Thanks Tony!

a horse fly, subfamily Pangoniinae, probably genus Esenbeckia, though hard to tell from this angle. great find!

Very nice!
I'm envious, Tom. Such spectacular eyes!

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