Laphria virginica (Banks): Original Description
Banks, N. 1917. Synopsis of the genus Dasyllis (Asilidae). Bulletin Brooklyn Entomological Society Vol. 12, Page 53-54.
Dasyllis virginica n. sp.--In general appearance similar to D. flavicollis, but the scutellum is without yellow hair; the basal abdominal segment is black haired on the sides, as are the other segments (in flavicollis there is some yellow hair on sides of the basal segment); the body of the male is broader than usual in flavicollis, and the superior appendages are more blunt pointed. Length 18 mm.
From Falls Church, Glencarlyn and Chain Bridge, Va., in June.
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