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Robber flies


These are genus Laphia. They are a mimic. The Robber fly appears to be a bumble bee. This carnivorous pair are mating. I cant tell the species. Huntley meadows Park.


This photo was taken in the North easment of Huntley Meadows park near the East fork of Barnyard run. The day was sunny and it was mid-morning.

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CindyBinghamKeiser 12 years ago

Nice spotting!

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Virginia, USA

Spotted on May 4, 2012
Submitted on May 8, 2012

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