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Unknown Fly - Cerastipsocus trifasciatus

Unknown Fly - Cerastipsocus trifasciatus
Toney (northwest of Huntsville), Madison County, Alabama, USA
July 5, 2008
Size: approx 1/8"
And I have no idea what they are. That chunk of "bark" (actually shredded tire now serving as mulch) on the left is about a 1/2" long. I found them this morning about 1030 am, after it rained - that's a rain downspout guide they're on. I went back about an hour later and they had migrated down to the angle between the guide and the concrete. They seemed to react to my presence - they spread out a little when I put my hand near them.

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hard to tell for sure, but...
...the crowd somewhat suggestive of Cerastipsocus trifasciatus

Hard to make out--
a closer shot would help a lot, but are they possibly something like this?

 
I've got a couple, but for so
I've got a couple, but for some reason the server isn't picking up the phone when I try to upload....

 
or maybe

 
That's them, I think. Most of
That's them, I think. Most of the ones I photographed had wings.

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