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fly - Brevitrichia

fly - Brevitrichia
Big Gypsum Valley near Slickrock Colorado and Utah border, San Miguel County, Colorado, USA
May 28, 2012
Desert Riparian

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Moved from Window Flies.

neat fly!
I can post better pictures if youd like, thanks for the ID

Would be nice to have more pi
Would be nice to have more pics - it is a species which is not collected very often...

I'll get some
more pictures up soon, really cool fly! would you know what this adult feeds on or if it feeds?

Some species have reduced mou
Some species have reduced mouthparts, but this one looks like it has normal ones. They do not feed a lot, mainly water and some nectar I would guess... But the larvae are great predators in the soil..

really neat fly! thanks for the info, let me know if any additional pictures would help get species ID

Moved from Flies.

more likely Scenopinidae
But I would like to see other angles, for instance the wings flat

Brevitrichia sp.[female]

Moved from ID Request.

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