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Tiny fly with red on abdomen and white antennae - Paragus haemorrhous

Tiny fly with red on abdomen and white antennae - Paragus haemorrhous
Española, Rio Arriba County, New Mexico, USA
October 13, 2009
Size: 4.3 mm body length

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Tiny fly with red on abdomen and white antennae - Paragus haemorrhous Tiny fly with red on abdomen and white antennae - Paragus haemorrhous

Moved
Moved from Paragus.

Moved
Moved from ID Request.

Hover fly
I'm not an expert, but this looks similar to a Hover fly
Paragus sp. possibly P. haemorrhous

 
Yes, Paragus
Very typical postures and the most frequent color.

 
Thanks to both.
If they typically perch on stems like this, should we refer to the stems as-Paragus stalks?

 
Fine with me
Finally! A descriptive host plant title.

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