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Photo#341675
bee fly? - Poecilanthrax willistonii

bee fly? - Poecilanthrax willistonii
Arvada, Jefferson County, Colorado, USA
August 31, 2009
Size: abt 1 cm
On goldenrod.

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bee fly? - Poecilanthrax willistonii bee fly? - Poecilanthrax willistonii

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ID
Yes, this is Poecilanthrax, probably P. willistonii, a widespread and abundant species.

Nice shot!
Similar to this one - perhaps the same genus?

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yes to Bee Fly
I've been trying to find it, but there are lots of them. Best to wait for the experts.

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