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Another robberfly - Megaphorus clausicellus

Another robberfly - Megaphorus clausicellus
Lake Placid, Highlands County, Florida, USA
May 22, 2009
Size: roughly 18mm
This specimen is different from but was found in the same area and looked to be the same species? The "humps" on the back are actually water droplets from recent rain.

Mallophorina clausicella
is the ID provided by Dr. Deyrup. Following discussion on other images in the guide, it appears this genus was renamed Megaphorus and I am moving to there.

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