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Peru Asilidae - Atractia sp.
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Found at Finca Las Piedras, near town of Monterrey in Madre de Dios region in southeastern Peru on 4.IX.2019. Atractia sp.?
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Atomosiini: Atractia sp. (prob. male/s). Distinctive from previously seen Atractia in Tambopata area. Big genus, w/ many undescribed spp. in neotropics.

Lovely photos Jeff.

Cheers, Eric
 
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Thanks much for the det and compliment Eric!
 
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