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Photo#940554
Robber Fly - Stenopogon inquinatus - male

Robber Fly - Stenopogon inquinatus - Male
Petersen Creek Park, Kamloops, Thompson Region, British Columbia, Canada
June 11, 2014
Size: 15 mm approx
Common in dry sandy valley.

Moved
Moved from Stenopogon.

Only two
Stenos known from Cannings land. And this looks like inquinatus.

Moved
Moved from Robber Flies.

Stenopogon
Hi Myles, this fine robber is actually a Stenopogon (male). I'm not near my keys right now so I can't suggest a species.

 
Stenopogon
Appreciate the help.

location data need correction here & elsewhere
reads "...Park, Kamloops, Kamloops,..."

Moved for expert attention
Moved from ID Request.

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