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derbid with dark stripes over eyes - Anotia fitchi

derbid with dark stripes over eyes - Anotia fitchi
Austin, Hornsby Bend Wastewater Treatment Plant, Travis County, Texas, USA
August 2, 2007
Size: wings about 5-6 mm
These were common last summer on ragweed and grass. Usually several insects together. It looks like it would fit in this genus.

Moved
Moved from Anotia.

Anotia fitchi
Those dark stripes from the eyes to the wings appear to be distinctive for this species. The cells in the wings are also more slender than those in other species.

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