Tabanus lineola

(from the article `horse fly`) ...may refer either to the fly`s roving habits or to its mouthparts, which resemble a wedge-shaped miner`s tool. Other such names are breeze fly and ...
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Tabanus lineola

Tabanus lineola, also known as the striped horse fly, is a species of biting horse-fly. It is know from the eastern and southern United States and the Gulf coast of Mexico. T. lineola females have a pale median stripe on their abdomen and are known for biting. The male does not bite and lacks hair on eyes. ...
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