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Photo#398110
Acrosathe vanduzeei - male

Acrosathe vanduzeei - Male
Santa Barbara County, California, USA
May 19, 2010
Size: ~5mm
Found in sandy openings in coastal back dune habitat

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Acrosathe vanduzeei - male Acrosathe vanduzeei - male

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ID
Yes, maybe Thereva?

 
Other flies
Andy do you think the gray fly and the black fly are also Threvids? Should I move them to that family page or leave them here?

Thanks,
Alice

 
ID
Yes, Therevids.

 
ID
Fly identified as Acrosathe vanduzeei and image featured in:

Zootaxa 3600 (1): 1–105 (11 Jan. 2013)
An annotated catalogue of the New World Therevidae (Insecta: Diptera: Asiloidea)
D.W. WEBB, S.D. GAIMARI, M.HAUSER, K.C. HOLSTON, M.A. METZ, M.E. IRWIN, G.E. KAMPMEIER & K. ALGMIN

mapress.com/zootaxa/2013/f/zt03600p105.pdf

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