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Photo#332054
Green Hairy Fly with Red Eyes

Green Hairy Fly with Red Eyes
Jupiter, Florida, Palm Beach County, Florida, USA
September 12, 2009
Unknown species of Fly Green with Red Eyes

Moved
Moved from Longlegged Flies.

Moved
Moved from ID Request.

Was it alive?
Maybe Dolichopodidae (Longlegged Flies) killed by a fungus?

 
Was it Alive?
I don't believe it was. I moved the leaf and the fly didn't move. There appeared to be white fungus on it. My other post 332055 was also on that leaf appeared to be white fungus on it as well.

Cropping
please crop your images way closer to "just the bug". You can click "edit" and update your images.

 
Cropping
I have update the picture with "just the bug". Thanks for the advice. I will remember that on future posts.

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