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Photo#16600
fly - Anthomyia oculifera - male

fly - Anthomyia oculifera - Male
Milton, Massachusetts, USA
April 27, 2005
This fly has 2 distinct black bands on the back, that actually are raised. Any help on identification would be great.

Moved
Moved from Anthomyia.

Moved
Moved from Root-Maggot Flies.

Family Anthomyiidae
Hello Tom,
This one is a species from the family Anthomyiidae, probably even from the genus Anthomyia!
Greetings,
Gerard Pennards

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