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Leskia? - Leskia - male

Leskia? - Leskia - Male
Bennington/ One World Conservation Center, Bennington County, Vermont, USA
July 30, 2015

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Moved from Leskiini.

Probably Leskia
Probably Leskia. An additional shot showing the wing at more of an angle could help confirm. Small bristles on wing veins distinguish some genera. They are pointed straight up, so more visible from an angle.
Probably male.

Added a crop of wing edge.
Not sure this helps any. I've cropped the wing with a little bit of magnification. Looks like there are hairs on the outer margin of the wing but I don't know if these are what you were referring to or perhaps elsewhere on the wing.

Probably bare
I think the veins I was checking out are bare.

Moved from Tachinidae.

Moved from Flies.

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