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Asilidae ID - laying eggs => Efferia (s.l.) sp.
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Hello! This was photographed in the forests of Ezeiza, Buenos Aires, Argentina. I have pictures of some other individuals in the same place who seem to be the same species.
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This is Efferia (s.l.) sp./ (probably Nerax sp.).
 
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Thanks and regards from Argentina!
 
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