Tabanus lata Guérin-Méneville, 1835
Scaptia lata, coliguacho or tabano negro is a large horse fly whose range includes southern Chile and southern Argentina. The fly has a striking reddish-orange coloration on the side of its thorax and abdomen. It is generally around 2 cm. in adult size.
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