Laphria divisor (Banks): Original Description
Banks, N. 1917. Synopsis of the genus Dasyllis (Asilidae). Bulletin Brooklyn Entomological Society Vol. 12, Page 54.
Dasyllis divisor n. sp.--Closely resembles posticatus, but the scutellum is yellow haired; the yellow on the abdomen is confined more to the tip; and the abdomen is generally more slender than in posticatus. The same size.
From Black Mts., Swannanoa River, N. C., May; and from Illinois and Pennsylvania.
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