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Photo#227318
Bee Fly - Lordotus

Bee Fly - Lordotus
Texas Canyon, Dragoon, Cochise County, Arizona, USA
September 17, 2008
Size: Approx 1/2 inch
Seen near a pond in a very rural high desert area about 16 miles east of Benson, Arizona.

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Moved
Moved from Bee Flies.

 
Lordotus
Thank you Eric and Joel for the positive ID and for moving it to the right place.

Lordotus sp?
Maybe this is a species of Lordotus? Let's wait for comments from our resident expert, though, Andy Calderwood.

 
Lordotus
Yes, this is Lordotus. The wing venation is distinctive.

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