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Is this a robber fly?

Observed: 1st July 2011 By: mbf45mbf45’s reputation in Invertebratesmbf45’s reputation in Invertebratesmbf45’s reputation in Invertebratesmbf45’s reputation in Invertebrates
robberfly
Description:

Two pads on feet, very hairy, but can't see groove between eyes on this picture.

Identifications
Species interactions

No interactions present.

Comments

mbf45's picture

Dysmachus trigonus

Is this still a robber fly or a different family?

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D. trigonus is a species of

D. trigonus is a species of Robber Fly - found mainly in sandy places.

Gino

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Thanks

Thanks, just wanted to be sure of my ID. It was found in a very sandy area!