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What Bee Fly? - Thevenetimyia

What Bee Fly? - Thevenetimyia
Fremont, Alameda County, California, USA
May 13, 2013
Size: ~1cm
Poor image but I haven't seen this around before and would love an id.

Possibly Toxophorinae?

Have another shot 5/14 if you need another look...

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What Bee Fly? - Thevenetimyia What Bee Fly? - Thevenetimyia

Moved
Moved from Bee Flies.

Moved (tentatively) for expert attention
Moved from ID Request.

My first thought was something in/near Chrysopilus, but the antennae didn't look right, and I seem to be glimpsing a proboscis, so I'm now thinking something like this:



Hope I'm right. The experts will let me know soon enough. :)

 
Thevenetimyia sp., perhaps T. lotus
Nice fly, Alice!

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