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Horse Fly - Atylotus calcar

Horse Fly - Atylotus calcar
Terry Flat, White Mountains, Apache County, Arizona, USA
July 25, 2009
In a mountain meadow.
Any help with ID would be greatly appreciated.

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Horse Fly - Atylotus calcar Horse Fly - Atylotus calcar - female

Moved
Moved from Atylotus.

Looking at specimen photos, I
Looking at specimen photos, I am relatively certain this is calcar.

https://www.zoology.ubc.ca/entomology/main/Diptera/Tabanidae/Atylotus%20calcar%20female%20(1dorsal).jpg

To finish what had started, t
To finish what had started, this is probably Atylotus calcar. This species has a long appendix on R4 and grayish markings on the abdomen. The only other species from Arizona would be insuetus, which has at most a short appendix and is without markings on the abdomen, thus being predominantly black. Also, calcar has bicolored antennae.

Moved
Moved from Horse Flies.

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