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Small robber with black dots on abdominal segments--Ablautus? - Ablautus rufotibialis

Small robber with black dots on abdominal segments--Ablautus? - Ablautus rufotibialis
Española, Rio Arriba County, New Mexico, USA
March 12, 2011
Size: ~5 mm?
Almost a year ago I photographed what turned out to be an ''Ablautus'' in my yard. This one looked and acted very similar, and I'm pretty sure there were at least two of them. Another Ablautus? Any chance of identifying this one to species?

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Moved from Ablautus, according to identification by Torsten Dikow.

Moved
Moved from Robber Flies.

Moved for expert attention
Moved from ID Request.

The folks who can take the ID further will be more likely to find it here.

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