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Photo#1330424
small red-orange fly with black wings and yellow halteres - Mixogaster

small red-orange fly with black wings and yellow halteres - Mixogaster
Long Pine Key, Everglades National Park, Dade County, Florida, USA
January 10, 2017
I only got a lateral view - sorry

Moved
Moved from Flies.

Syrphidae
Syrphidae -- large basal cells and closed r4+5.

 
Not so sure about Syrphidae..
Not so sure about Syrphidae.... looks really odd.....

 
Mixogaster?
Mixogaster, maybe one of the Caribbean species?

Edit: Genus name may be different after the recent revision of Microdontinae (Reemer and Ståhls 2013).

 
Good one John.... Did not thi
Good one John.... Did not think of Mixogaster, but always thought that the face looks like a Syrphid... it rather fits well with Mixogaster... Will ask Menno about it!

 
Menno agreed with you... it i
Menno agreed with you... it is Mixogaster! Great job John!

Moved
Moved from ID Request.

Cool
I don't know what it is, but sure is cool looking. I'm sure someone will know.

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