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Photo#956888
Fly - Neomochtherus comosus

Fly - Neomochtherus comosus
Fort Bragg, Mendocino County, California, USA
July 12, 2014

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Moved
Moved from Robber Flies.

That is one
impressive female Asilinae looking animal. Have no idea what the flip event was about. Surely the flashy red legs will help the CA guys know what this is?

 
This is Neomochtherus comosus
This is Neomochtherus comosus.

 
And thanks
Eric.

Robber Fly
While taking the picture it flipped over onto it's back than back over.

 
Wow!
Now that's what I call cooperating with a BugGuide photographer!!

Must have known you had good intentions and only wanted to document it for the appreciation of its unique and wondrous existence :-)

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