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Photo#162613
Fly - Lampria bicolor

Fly - Lampria bicolor
Tippecanoe County, Indiana, USA
August 3, 2007
Size: 10 mm
Unknown fly. Looks like either Asilidae or Mydidae. Caught in sticky trap.

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Fly - Lampria bicolor Fly - Lampria bicolor

Female
Lampria bicolor. Related to the Laphria. Two species in the genus in the US.

 
Thanks Herschel and Eric
I browsed through the asilids but must have missed this one.

Asilidae.
Concave top of head is the clue for family....I don't recognize the genus, though, might be something new for Bugguide:-)

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