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Moth Fly #2 - Clogmia albipunctata

Moth Fly #2 - Clogmia albipunctata
Alexandria, Fairfax County, Virginia, USA
February 2, 2010
Size: 2.5 mm "nose to butt"
Another adult from the same brood - this one appeared today.
Adult #2, dorsal view.

Wing base to tip is 2.8 mm. Wing width is 1.6 mm.
Antenna is 2.2 mm.

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WOW....Great shot
Such intricate details on such a tiny critter. Amazing antennae.

 
Thank you!
I love their antennae as well. =)

Moved
Moved from Moth Flies.

Extra hairy
This extra-hairy guy shows the white spots at the end of the wing veins.

 
Is that
further diagnostic towards C. albipunctata?

 
Yes
Distinctive features are spots at end of wing veins, brown fur with white antennae, and white rings at end of leg segments. I don't see white on legs; I do see the other two.

 
Great!
I've just uploaded a photo showing the white rings. Thank you - I'll move them to where they go. =)