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Brazil Asilidae - Diogmites sp.
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Found at Reserva Ecológica de Guapiaçu (REGUA), in Cachoeiras de Macacu municipality in state of Rio de Janeiro in southeastern Brazil on 30.XI.2019. Female Diogmites?

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bump
 
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Blepharepium I would guess.
 
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I am pretty sure it is same species as this one IDed by Eric as Diogmites - https://diptera.i...d_id=93147

Just wanted to see if Eric thought same.

What are your thoughts?
 
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Looking at this again, the marginal scutellar bristles appear to be present, which separates Diogmites from Blepharepium. So I agree that this is Diogmites, and probably conspecific with your other photos.
 
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Thanks for the det Chris!
 
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