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Photo#354756
Raphidiidae? - Agulla - female

Raphidiidae? - Agulla - Female
William's Lake, Chilcotin, British Columbia, Canada
July 1, 2009

Moved
Moved from ID Request.

Yes
Yes, a female.

 
Is it possible from the photo
Is it possible from the photo to determine the species?

Agulla adnixa
A. assimilis
A. bicolor
A. crotchi
A. herbst
A. unicolor

all occur in BC with A. adnixa being the most common.

 
Not sure.
Someone else will have to tell you, this group is not one I am expert in, sorry.

 
This site is fantastic!
I have not found any keys online to species but genus will do! I expect that it would most likely not be possible to ID to species without the specimen. Thanks for your help!

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