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Photo#705842
Hoverfly - Hoplitimyia constans - female

Hoverfly - Hoplitimyia constans - Female
Bryan, Brazos County, Texas, USA
September 15, 2012
Size: 10-15 mm
Camelot Park

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Hoverfly - Hoplitimyia constans - female Hoverfly - Hoplitimyia constans - female

Moved
Moved from Soldier flies.

Stratiomyidae: Hoplitimyia constans
Stratiomyidae: Hoplitimyia constans ....this is a female

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Moved from ID Request.

Hoplitimyia was my thought, too:


 
Solider Fly
Ken, I typed in Hoplitimyia constans and checked images and almost all looked exactly like the one I posted with a single image with the broken (dashed line). I do believe that is the species as well. Thank you very much!

Hoplitimyia?
Resembles Hoplitimyia.(1)

 
Solider Fly
Thanks John for the immediate response. I do believe you nailed it. I looked up Hoplitimyia and it certainly looks good. Excellent work!

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