It’s going to be bugs for awhile… Unlike the last one, I do know what this insect is. It’s a robber fly (a Diptera in the family Asilidae). This one has caught and is eating a small moth. The fly is about an inch in length. The robber’s proboscis is used to stab and inject victims with a toxic saliva and enzymes that breaks down the insides of the prey. The robber then sucks on a liquid meal!