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Bombyliidae - Toxophora leucopyga - female

Bombyliidae - Toxophora leucopyga - Female
Split Oak Wildlife and Environmental Area, Osceola County, Florida, USA
July 17, 2010
Size: approx. 1 cm

On closer inspection, this is T. leucopyga. T. maxima probably doesn't occur in Florida.

Moved from Toxophora maxima.

Moved from Toxophora.

Thanks on ID to genus.

Moved from Bee Flies.

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Thanks on welcome and suggestion to move image.

Moved from Bee Flies.

Moved from ID Request.

Not an ID, just an observation...
It looks a bit like Toxophora:

The experts will be able to say for sure.

Welcome to BugGuide!

Very nice!
Please move your post to Bee Flies to accelerate expert commentary. (Gee, that sounded stuffy!)

At least
you didn't say expedite or facilitate. :)

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