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Small Asilidae from Argentina --> Atoniomyia sp.
LRubio7
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Posted on 21-05-2019 15:21
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Hello! this Laphriinae is from Buenos Aires, Argentina. It's possible to know the genus or species?
Looks like the same of these photos:
https://www.inaturalist.org/observations/25343442
https://www.inaturalist.org/observations/25479323
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Atomosiini: Atoniomyia sp., prob. male. Looks to be close to A. lateropunctata (widespread neotropical sp.), as has similar type of scutal setation: fine, erect black setae among a vast number of recumbent, golden setae. Differs from lateropunctata (which has all black legs) by the extensive red-brown colors on its legs.
 
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Nice!! thank you very much, Eric.
 
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