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Photo#179876
Liris? - Liris argentatus

Liris? - Liris argentatus
Pasadena, Anne Arundel County, Maryland, USA
April 26, 2008
Size: ~14mm
This was wandering around my lawn, after I mowed.
Thought it was a Pompilid until I did a little bit of reading.

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Liris argentatus, female (MD)
Liris beatus has no silvery reflections.

 
Liris argentatus, female
Thank you Dr Buck. Also note, that the sun would refract through the wings giving T1 a reddish appearance, at some angles.

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