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Chrysotus? - Chrysotus - female

Chrysotus? - Chrysotus - Female
Rotonda West, Charlotte County, Florida, USA
June 5, 2011
Size: 2 mm
Collected at UV light.

Seems to be Chrysotus sp. (R&M parallel; middle and hind femora lack preapical bristles; scutum not flattened; scutellum w/o hairs on disk, proepisternum bare as far as I can tell; calypter setae pale).

I think I'll need to find the male to key it properly...

I like the metallic femora on this one.

Moved
Moved from Longlegged Flies.

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