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Photo#228116
Apiocera - male

Apiocera - Male
Stanislaus County, California, USA
July 30, 2008
Awesome fly! very fast.

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Apiocera - male Apiocera - male

Apiocera, male (CA)
Good catch!

 
Ya I caught a series of about
Ya I caught a series of about seven. They blend in with the ground really well so it was hard to keep track of them. Any idea of what species it might be?

 
Species
No idea, there are 20 species in N.-America. I have never worked on the genus.

 
Do you know of any body who h
Do you know of any body who has studied this genus?

 
Good reference work available
If you still have specimens, you can try running them through Cazier(1).

 
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thanks, the specimens are lon
thanks, the specimens are long since gone, but if I collect any more I shall! Always nice to have additional knowledge!

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