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(Update: likely Catharosia) Houston TX USA
John Schneider
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Posted on 18-10-2020 05:40

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Swept from mixed prairie vegetation Oct. 17. 2020. I tried to post a couple other habitus photos but they aren't showing up. If they're needed, let me know. One is dorsal, the other is ventrolateral.
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Edited by John Schneider on 18-10-2020 18:33
Tony Irwin
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I'll suggest Catharosia (Tachinidae)
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John Schneider
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Posted on 18-10-2020 18:32

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Thanks! I checked Bugguide with your suggestion in mind, and I think you're right.
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