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6023732 - Atomosia melanopogon

6023732 - Atomosia melanopogon
Bentsen SP, Texas, USA
May 11, 2007
Size: ~1/2"

Moved
Moved from Atomosia.

Moved
Moved from Robber Flies.

Atomosia puella?
Hey Rob - could this critter be Atomosia puella? I see large numbers of tiny black robberflies down here, most consistent with that species, though yours is a bit plumper than average....

Joshua S. Rose, Ph.D.
World Birding Center
Bentsen-Rio Grande Valley State Park
joshua.rose_NO_SPAM@tpwd.state.tx.us
956-584-9156 x 236

 
I was thinking of that one al
I was thinking of that one also, and it seems likely.
Thanks for getting additional help on those other insects.

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