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Photo#119570
Conopid fly ? - Physocephala texana

Conopid fly ? - Physocephala texana
Oliver, Okanagan Valley, British Columbia, Canada
June 18, 2007
Size: ~ 10 mm

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Conopid fly ? - Physocephala texana Conopid fly ? - Physocephala texana

Moved
Moved from Physocephala.

Moved
Moved from Thick-headed Flies.

yes
Physoconops or Physocephala. I don't remember the venation differences off the top of my head, but these photos should be easy to tell apart once i get that info.

 
This is Physocephala - they h
This is Physocephala - they have no ocelli. Physoconops has ocelli.

 
Here's some info on venation

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