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Tabanidae from Jamaica -> Stenotabanus (Aegialomyia) cf. jamaicensis or parallelus
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Bit me at the beach.

Montego Bay, Jamaica, 22/3/17.

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Dasybasis or similar, I have no idea what there is around on Jamaica.

You can actually see the bare basicosta in the third pic, very nice.

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There are no known Dasybasis in the Caribbean.

This is Stenotabanus. Subgenus Aegialomyia are all coastal, with the larvae living in wet areas of the dunes. This is most likely Stenotabanus (Aegialomyia) jamaicensis or parallelus
 
http://www4.ncsu.edu/unity/users/b/bwiegman/public_html/labweb/
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Thanks to both of you.
 
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