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Photo#587486
unknown bug - Panorpa nuptialis - female

unknown bug - Panorpa nuptialis - Female
Ozark, Johnson County, Arkansas, USA
October 15, 2011
Size: 1"
I found this flying around and eating dead grasshoppers.

Moved
Moved from Panorpa.

This is indeed Panorpa nuptia
This is indeed Panorpa nuptialis.

Moved
Moved from ID Request.

Scorpionfly (Panorpa)


Not necessarily the species illustrated, but something in that neighborhood.

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