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Photo#170437
Tipulogaster glabrata - female

Tipulogaster glabrata - Female
Parkwood, Durham County, North Carolina, USA
June 19, 2007
Size: 18 mm wingspan
This wandered into my "bug tent" (an accidental malaise trap) last summer. I captured and posed it for some close-ups. Body length about 15 mm, wingspan about 18 mm (wing chord about 8 mm).

Thanks for the ID folks--see comments. (Image updated 2019.)

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Tipulogaster glabrata - female Tipulogaster glabrata - female Tipulogaster glabrata - female Tipulogaster glabrata - female

Yes
That is a female Tipulogaster glabrata.

Asilidae
I'm no fly expert but looks like a Leptogastrinae Asilidae to me.

 
Of course!
Oh, that makes sense, now that I look at it--I was barking up the wrong tree! Looks pretty close to these, for instance:

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