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Bee fly - Sparnopolius confusus - male

Bee fly - Sparnopolius confusus - Male
Hancock County, Indiana, USA
September 12, 2002
Size: 8 mm
Keys to Sparnopolius confusus in the key to Canadian Bombyliidae (1). Anything similar that should be considered in Indiana?

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Bee fly - Sparnopolius confusus - male Bee fly - Sparnopolius confusus - male

Moved
The Canadian key should cover almost everything in Indiana. This is definitely S. confusus; the other Sparnopolius in the Nearctic are all western or southwestern.

Moved from Bee Flies.

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