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Eudioctria cf. albius - Eudioctria albius - male - female

Eudioctria cf. albius - Eudioctria albius - Male Female
Oyster Bay/Planting Fields Arboretum, Nassau County, New York, USA
June 27, 2009
Size: 8 mm +/-
I'm guessing that these are opposite sexes of the same fly species, but I'm really not sure. Some sort of Empididae?

Moved
Moved from Dioctria.

Eudioctria rather
Probably E. albius.

 
Thanks for your help. Wow, t
Thanks for your help. Wow, that's old stuff. Glad you checked.

robber pair
i think they are something in the genus Dioctria (Asilidae)... but i am not sure i can get to species.

 
Thanks. I would not have mad
Thanks. I would not have made that connection.

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