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Photo#1329735
Fly from Suaeda taxifolia - Clanoneurum americanum

Fly from Suaeda taxifolia - Clanoneurum americanum
Malaga Cove, Los Angeles County, California, USA
January 8, 2017

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Fly from Suaeda taxifolia - Clanoneurum americanum Fly from Suaeda taxifolia - Clanoneurum americanum

Moved
Moved from Discomyza incurva.

R2+3 close to costa, I see a faint notch on crossvein dm-cu

Moved
Moved from ID Request.

 
How about Clanoneurum?
Which is known to mine plants of this family.

Discomyza has entirely dark front legs, and does not frequently project the mouthparts like this. The antennae are wrong for Discomyza too, I think.

I'd say the same for this one too:

Discomyza?
Must be the right family at least.

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