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Bombyliidae - Poecilognathus unimaculatus (spectacular beefly)
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Posted on 16-08-2007 11:23
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Hi


A friend of mine: Anthony Gould took this photo on 15th August 2007 in Arizona. This is, I think, a Poecilognathus sp. It was feeding on desert marigold. Perhaps P. unimaculatus (but we must see dorsal view to be sure).

This photo was granted by him. I think this is the best photo available on the net with this detail.


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Posted on 16-08-2007 11:42
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Lovely BIG photo Wink
 
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This beautiful bombyliid is confirmed as a female of Poecilognathus unimaculatus.
Edited by jorgemotalmeida on 16-02-2010 21:32
 
http://www.flickr.com/photos/superegnum
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WOW
I now have a new desktop background on my computer - I am sure I am not the only one, I hope your friend Anthony does not mind?
 
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hello, here it is another lovely one, from Argentina, unfortunately the Evenhuys' book (revision of Usiinae and Phthiriinae) hasnīt got species keys
http://www.insect...60309.html They are very nice Grin
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