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For the United States & Canada

Subfamily Anthracinae


Anthrax irroratus Orange County Bee Fly Archives #283 - Xenox, but which species? - Xenox habrosus Either cintalpa or irroratus - Anthrax Xenox xylocopae? - Xenox xylocopae Boldly marked fly - Anthrax Bee Fly - Anthrax georgicus? - Anthrax georgicus Large fly with spotted wing and white on abdomen - Xenox tigrinus Anthrax

Aphoebantus transitus - male - female Bombyliidae-Aphoebantus scalaris? male and female - Aphoebantus - male - female Villini? - Aphoebantus Aphoebantus - male ID for bee fly? - Aphoebantus mus - male Bee Fly - Aphoebantus Aphoebantus Aphoebantus conorus?

exprosopa rostrifera - Exoprosopa rostrifera Exoprosopa - Exoprosopa butleri Exoprosopa decora Bee Fly? - Exoprosopa fasciata Exoprosopa fascipennis? - Exoprosopa E dodrans - Exoprosopa dodrans Tiger bee fly? - Exoprosopa E fasciata group - Exoprosopa

Bee Fly - Poecilanthrax effrenus Bombyliidae?  Canidae? - Poecilanthrax flying, bee like - Villa Bee Fly - Villa miscella Badlands bee fly - Chrysanthrax Poecilanthrax?  - Villa Bee fly - Villa Pipunculidae - Villa

Desmatoneura argentifrons - male fly, green eyes - Desmatoneura argentifrons Diptera: Bombyliidae - Desmatoneura argentifrons Diptera: Bombyliidae - Desmatoneura argentifrons Diptera: Bombyliidae - Desmatoneura argentifrons