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Tiger Fly

Coenosia tigrina


Coenosia tigrina is a predatory fly that eats other flies. A thick-bodied fly with gray and brown colors and sparse bristled hairs. 5.75 mm to 7 mm.


Spotted in a clover patch next to the forest edge.


Native to Europe. Introduced in the early 1800s. Found in northeastern and western United States and adjacent Canada. -- BugGuide.

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Washington, USA

Spotted on Apr 29, 2020
Submitted on May 2, 2020

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