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Genus Laphria

 
 
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Laphria (Diptera: Asilidae) of Ontario, with a key to the eastern Canadian species of Laphriini and Dasylechia
Lindsay, Kate G. and Stephen A. Marshall. 2019. Laphria (Diptera: Asilidae) of Ontario, with a key to the eastern Canadian species of Laphriini and Dasylechia. Canadian Journal of Arthropod Identification No. 37.

Also available as a PDF.

Robber Flies of Florida (Steve Collins)
Wonderful site with excellent photos.

Beckemeyer R.J. (2001) Asilidae Page
[cite:738548]

Lavers N. (2007) The robber flies of Crowley's Ridge, Arkansas: An illustrated field guide
[cite:618669]
no idea why Norm haven't added his wonderful site to BG refs yet...

<a href="" target="_blank">Species profile</a>[cite:618669]

Dikow T. (2004–2012) AsilidaeData -- web-site version 2
[cite:593397]
Jump to: Asilinae | Brachyrhopalinae | Dasypogoninae | Dioctriinae |

Information on robber flies, compiled by F. Geller-Grimm
[cite:590941]

California Robber Flies
[cite:423517]
List of 386 spp. based on prediction from(1)

The Laphriini Pages
Discussion and keys to North American Laphriini, which includes the notable bumblebee mimics in the genus Laphria.

 
 
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