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Photo#102614
Frit Fly - Spelobia

Frit Fly - Spelobia
Guelph, Wellington, Ontario, Canada
April 10, 2007
Size: Body Length 1.8 mm
Correct me if I'm wrong. A whole bunch scattered from the when I turned over a detached, soggy and rotting polypore fungus on the ground. I captured this one individual, though.

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Frit Fly - Spelobia Frit Fly - Spelobia

Moved
Moved from Limosininae.

Moved
Moved from Frit Flies.

Frit fly looks right.
Leaf miner flies are similar, but I think the simpler venation on yours points to frit fly.

 
Sort of what I thought,,,
Just wanted to see what others think of this one. Thanks Ron :-)

 
Glad that worked.
We need more such dialog. Too much goes unsaid here. Let's keep watching each other.

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