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Robber Fly (Efferia sp.?) and bee? - male

Robber Fly (Efferia sp.?) and bee? - Male
Santa Barbara County, California, USA
July 6, 2012
Size: ~17mm
Found in sandy Burton Mesa chaparral habitat, robber looks like Efferia sp.?, no idea on bee

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Robber Fly (Efferia sp.?) and bee? - male Robber Fly (Efferia sp.?) and bee? - male Robber Fly (Efferia sp.?) and bee? - male

Male - Robber Fly
This is a common and very widespread species. I just finished loading some ID shots of him.
Efferia albibarbis: ♂ We have many other images of both genders. I suggest keeping these images with the Bee ID.

Should this be moved to Asilidae?
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Moved
Moved from Robber Flies.

Moved for expert attention
Moved from ID Request.

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