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Hermetia illucens

Hermetia illucens
San Antonio, Bexar County, Texas, USA
April 11, 2008

And it indeed seems to be Hermetia illucens!

Gerard- Thanks! Moved to BG.
Gerard- Thanks! Moved to BG.

Deer Fly?
I'm really not sure, it just has that look. Its antennae make a perfect wishbone shape, which I don't remember seeing before.

Lynette- Thanks! Try looking
Lynette- Thanks! Try looking also at Stratiomidae, Hermetia and Hoplitimyia. Although the wings on my image are poorly shown, they do not appear to have any clear spaces as do deer flies.

You have a nice collection of favorite bugs!

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