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Fly with fungus - I presume - Eupeodes

Fly with fungus - I presume - Eupeodes
Racine, Racine County, Wisconsin, USA
October 4, 2008
I presume this is a type of fungus...although it doesn't have a fuzzy appearance. How many types of fungus are there?

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Fly with fungus - I presume - Eupeodes Fly with fungus - I presume - Eupeodes

Moved
Moved from Eupeodes.

Subgenus-Metasyrphus
Subgenus-Metasyrphus

Correct
The fly is a syrphid in the genus Eupeodes.
There are a few insect eating fungi, generally called Entomophtora!
greetings

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