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Robber Fly - Eudioctria propinqua - male

Robber Fly - Eudioctria propinqua - Male
Edmundston, Madawaska County, New Brunswick, Canada
July 2, 2012
Size: 11,4mm
Is this a dance fly? Which genus?

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Robber Fly - Eudioctria propinqua - male Robber Fly - Eudioctria propinqua - male Robber Fly - Eudioctria propinqua - male

Moved
Moved from Robber Flies.

New species for the Guide.

Eudioctria propinqua, male;
the entirely tomentose scutum and posterior margin of the mesopleura (shown very nicely here) separate this polymorphic species from the similar Eudioctria albius. Great series of photos Richard.

 
Cool! New species for the gui
Cool! New species for the guide. Thanks Eric for the id and the comments...

Moved for expert attention
Moved from Flies.

 
Thanks Ken, you solve a great
Thanks Ken, you solve a great part of my mystery..

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