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Photo#180899
tiny fly - Megaselia

tiny fly - Megaselia
Groton, Middlesex County, Massachusetts, USA
May 2, 2008
Size: ~1.5mm

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Moved from Flies.

Megaselia
A huge genus. Note the bunch of bristles pointing downward above the antennae (characterizes Megaselia and several other genera, but Megaselia is by far the most common one).

 
Phorid
I would have guessed the family, but no further. Thanks again for another fly id!

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