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Photo#314849
graceful beefly - Dolichomyia gracilis

graceful beefly - Dolichomyia gracilis
Watrous - Mora River, San Miguel County, New Mexico, USA
July 30, 2009
Size: 3cm
No idea... landed on my shoe and was undulating abdomen over and over... any ideas?

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Nope it is a Bombyliidae! Ext
Nope it is a Bombyliidae! Extremely cool!

Looks like some sort of robbe
Looks like some sort of robber fly, in the family Asilidae. Hopefully someone will give you a better ID on it. Cool bug!

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