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Fly? - Macrocera - male

Fly? - Macrocera - Male
Fairfield, Wayne County, Illinois, USA
June 12, 2007
Size: < 1 cm body
I only see two wings (=Diptera) but can't find anything with antennae this long. Attracted to my garage light.


This is a member of the dipteran family Keroplatidae (usually put in Mycetophilidae). It is in the genus Macrocera.

Matt. I see why I couldn't find an image that was similar. Macrocera seems to be under Mycetophilidae so I'll move to the genus page.

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