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Australian Asilid
Susan R Walter
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Posted on 22-02-2006 22:18
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My father sent me these images. The beast was taken sitting on the leg of the breakfast table on my parent's north facing back verandah in inland south-east Queensland, about 10 days ago. I think it might be a male Neoitamus sp, but would like to know what others think. It was apparently 35-40mm long.
Edited by Susan R Walter on 22-02-2006 22:22
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