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Peru Asilidae - female Asilinae
jgruber111
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Posted on 10-11-2019 21:26
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Found at Finca Las Piedras, near town of Monterrey in Madre de Dios region in southeastern Peru on 11.IX.2019. Female Asilinae.
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Asilinae: female; genus? Has ovipositor very much like Lecania, but lacks the characteristic "3 day stubble" (only very short, erect setae covering scutellum & scutum) of that genus; this fly instead w/ typical 'long setae' present on thoracic dorsum. Also lacks modified arista of Lecania group...

Grabbed an interesting prey item -- which I don't recognize either!

Cheers, Eric
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John Carr
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Prey is Neriidae.
 
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Thanks very much John,

Cheers, Eric
 
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Thanks much Eric and John!
 
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