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Signal Fly - Senopterina varia

Signal Fly - Senopterina varia
Chehaw Park, Lee County, Georgia, USA
June 11, 2011
These 4 images may be of different individuals. All individuals appeared to be IDENTICAL species. All individuals were on the same pile of scat. The scat seemed to contain a little bit of everything, including berries and insect parts. Habitat was a mixed pine / hardwood forest near the Muckalee Creek, Lee County, Southwest Georgia.

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Moved from Senopterina.

Moved from Flies.

Moved from ID Request.

Escellent photos.

This looks like a member of Tephritoidea, possibly Senopterina.

John:I was certainly looking (for many hours) in all the wrong places. The colors, general form, and relative lack of hairs/bristles (especially on legs) seem to match. I saw nothing as close to this in all the places I looked. I appreciate your time very much. This Senopterina image also looks very similar:

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