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Scorpionfly 01 - Panorpa nuptialis - female

Scorpionfly 01 - Panorpa nuptialis - Female
Deville, Rapides Parish, Louisiana, USA
November 8, 2009
Female Panorpa nuptialis?

We were walking through the woods and Sarah spotted this one. I had never seen one of these before...

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Scorpionfly 01 - Panorpa nuptialis - female Scorpionfly 01 - Panorpa nuptialis - female

This is Panorpa nuptialis, ou
This is Panorpa nuptialis, our largest, and most strikingly-marked scorpionfly.

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