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July 11, 2008

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LB

Please post pics of you in the animal skin loincloth! Woof!

DougT

I agree with LB. I'm tempted to say no more bug ID until we see a pic of you in the loincloth.

You keep giving me difficult ones. It's a robber fly (Family Asilidae), but robber flies are so difficult that it's tough to get them even to genus, let alone species.

Keep an eye out for fig-eater beetles (Cotinus nitidus) on Homer's figs. They're big green scarab beetles, and he brought me a couple of examples when I was in Tucson last summer.

Urspo

You musn't egg on DougT with pictures of bugs. it gets him too wound up and we have to hose him down at that point.

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