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Is this some kind of Dung Fly? - Tetanocera - female

Is this some kind of Dung Fly? - Tetanocera - Female
Illinois, USA
August 14, 2005

Moved
Moved from Marsh Flies.

Fly identification
Tetanocera sp., female.

Marsh fly.
Really, really nice shot of a marsh fly in the family Sciomyzidae! The larvae are parasites and/or predators of snails. Great shot:-)

 
Marsh fly
Thank you Eric for ID and additional info. I appreciate it.

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