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Asilidae- Cundinamarca, Colombia
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Another from the same place... please help ID.
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Asilidae. One for Eric.
 
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another view...
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Nice! Eumecosoma sp., female (Laphriinae, Atomosiini).
 
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thanks Eric and Jorge!!Grin
 
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Submit this for the gallery. Even with the genus info it is important to have all representative genera in DI. Smile
 
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will do...
 
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