Robber Flies of North Dakota


Based on Fisher and Wilcox's Catalog 1997 (unpublished). Not all species have been verified but may occur based on presently known geographies. Subtribes are not shown. The large Efferia genus has been split into new genera by South American Asilid scientist Jorge Artigas. This split is not accepted by all fly guys apparently. I have put the new genera in [ ] under that genus.


SUBFAMILY Dasypogoninae

Diogmites

          angustipennis Loew 1866

 

SUBFAMILY Laphrinae

Andrenosoma

          fulvicaudum (Say) 1823

 

Pogonosoma

          ridingsi Cresson 1920

 

Laphria

          gilva (Linnaeus) 1758

          index McAtee 1919

          janus McAtee 1919

          sadales Walker 1849

 

SUBFAMILY Laphistiinae

Laphystia

          canadensis Curran 1927

          flavipes Coquillett 1904

 

SUBFAMILY Stenopogoninae

Cyrtopogon

          bimaculus (Walker) 1851

 

Holopogon

          albipilosus Curran 1923

          seniculus Loew 1866

         

Ospriocerus

          abdominalis Say 1824

          latipennis (Loew) 1866

 

Scleropogon

          coyote (Bromley) 1931

          picticornis Loew 1866

         

Stenopogon

          inquinatus Loew 1866

          martini Bromley 1937

 


SUBFAMILY Stichopogoninae

Lasiopogon

          quadrivittatus Jones 1907

 

Stichopogon

          trifasciatus (Say) 1823

 

SUBFAMILY Asilinae

Efferia

          [Nerax] aestuans (Linnaeus) 1763

          [Albibarbefferia] albibarbis (Macquart) 1838

          [Pogonioefferia] bicaudata (Hine) 1919

          [Carinefferia] costalis (Williston) 1885

          [Pogonioefferia] helenae (Bromley) 1951

                   

Proctacanthus

          milbertii Macquart 1838

          rodecki James 1933

 

Promachus

          dimidiatus Curran 1927

 

Dicropaltum

          mesae (Tucker) 1907

 

Machimus

          occidentalis Hine 1909

          paropus (Walker) 1849

 

Negasilus

          belli Curran 1934

 

 

 

Genera:   18 (not counting split Efferia genera)

Species:      32