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Id. Another Asilidae from Buenos Aires
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Posted on 12-02-2019 12:47
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Captured in Ribera Norte Municipal Nature Reserve of Buenos Aires - Argentina

January 21, 2019

Thank you and greetings!

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Must be an Ommatius sp., female -- even though I can't see the pectinate antennae clearly (a requirement for this group).
 
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Eric Fisher wrote:
Must be an Ommatius sp., female -- even though I can't see the pectinate antennae clearly (a requirement for this group).


Unfortunately it is the only photo that I could capture.
Thank you for your identification.
Greetings... Ricardo
 
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