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Asilid from Suriname
Auke
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Posted on 24-08-2019 05:31
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I'm assuming this is an asilid. Is a further ID possible? Found in Suriname. At least three of them, varying a bit in size, were constantly in the same small area, head down on vertical surfaces. Body length about 1-1,5 cm. Some additional photos available if needed.
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Eric Fisher
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Unidentified Atomosiini; need clearer picts of antennae & face area to identify further.
 
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Posted on 25-08-2019 02:13
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Thanks! Does this help?
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Jewell699, you should post it in the forum, not submit it for the gallery.

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