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Which species of Robber Fly is this? - Andrenosoma fulvicaudum - male

Which species of Robber Fly is this? - Andrenosoma fulvicaudum - Male
Escondido, California, San Diego County, California, USA
November 3, 2011
This gray and black robber fly has a red abdomen. It was catching small insects near purple fountain grass, ivy, mud and grass in the backyard.

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Which species of Robber Fly is this? - Andrenosoma fulvicaudum - male Which species of Robber Fly is this? - Andrenosoma fulvicaudum - male

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Andrenosoma fulvicaudum; male
Andrenosoma fulvicaudum; male.

 
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