Chrysops atlanticus

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Chrysops atlanticus - female (click on image to enlarge it)
Author(s): Tom Murray
Source: BugGuide

Chrysops atlanticus Pechuman

This deer fly is an important pest of humans near its breeding places in tidal salt marshes of North America.

Publications covering Chrysops atlanticus

Journal of Medical Entomology (1995) 32, 197-200
Frank E. French and Daniel V. Hagan (1995)
Two-tier box trap catches Chrysops atlanticus and C. fuliginosus (Diptera: Tabanidae) near a Georgia salt marsh

Environmental Entomology (1981) 10, 590-591
Elton J. Hansens and Jack Rabin (1981)
Deer fly, Chrysops atlanticus Pechuman, activity in cultivated fields and nearby salt marsh breeding places