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Photo#528366
Laphria, I think - Mallophora fautrix

Laphria, I think - Mallophora fautrix
Houston, Harris County, Texas, USA
June 12, 2011
Size: ~15+mm
For a good view of the abdomen.

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Moved
Moved from Robber Flies.

Laphria antennae end in a
club shape. When you see the thin extensions to the tip of the antenna, it means it is that other bumble-bee mimic, Mallophora.

 
Thanks!
That helps explain why nothing looked quite like it...

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