Category Archives: Bombyliidae

Bee flies. About 6,000 species, best represented in temperate regions. Larvae predaceous or parasitic.

Magnificently Monstrous Muscomorphs

I suppose tiger beetles have gotten more than their fair share of attention here lately, so for this post I thought I’d highlight insects of a completely different group – flies! Admittedly, as a coleopterist, I tend to view flies … Continue reading

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