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Photo#22827
Fly - Psila collaris

Fly - Psila collaris
Lancaster, Worcester County, Massachusetts, USA
June 30, 2005
Size: 4mm

Moved
Moved from Psila.

Psila collaris
Note the fairly long antennae and the distinctive coloration of the thorax.

Moved
Moved from Loxocera.

Psilid
Genus Loxocera or something close to it. One of the few groups that may appear to have a large ocellar triangle (characteristic of the Chloropidae) but that do not really have it.

Paul

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