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November 2010 - Progressive Bee Fly
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Progressive Bee Fly, Exoprosopa dorcadion
Progressive Bee Fly, Exoprosopa dorcadion

The Progressive Bee Fly has a hairy body and often is often mistaken for a bumble bee, but is not related to the bee family. Like all members of the order Diptera, the Bee Fly has only two wings. The Progressive Bee Fly's large wings have a distinctive brownish-black pattern. This is an important pollinator and is often seen hovering over flowers.

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