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Family Apioceridae

 
 
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Little Alkali Lake Apiocera - Apiocera - male Little Alkali Lake Apiocera - Apiocera - male Apio from mouth of Nine-Mile Canyon - Apiocera - female Apio from mouth of Nine-Mile Canyon - Apiocera - female Apio from mouth of Nine-Mile Canyon - Apiocera - female Apio from mouth of Nine-Mile Canyon - Apiocera - female Apioceridae or Asilidae? - Apiocera - male Apioceridae or Asilidae? - Apiocera - male Robber Fly - Apiocera Apiocera sp. - Apiocera - male Apiocera sp. - Apiocera - male Apiocera sp. - Apiocera - male Fly - Apiocera - male Two species known from this remote desert locale - Apiocera Robberfly - Apiocera Two species known from this remote desert locale - Apiocera - male Two species known from this remote desert locale - Apiocera - male Two species known from this remote desert locale - Apiocera - male Two species known from this remote desert locale - Apiocera - male Two species known from this remote desert locale - Apiocera - male Two species known from this remote desert locale - Apiocera - male Requesting Asilidae ID - Apiocera this mimic of Asilidae fooled me (hint: not a robber fly) - Apiocera this mimic of Asilidae fooled me (hint: not a robber fly) - Apiocera

 
 
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