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little fly - Cramptonomyia spenceri - male

little fly - Cramptonomyia spenceri - Male
Morse Wildlife Preserve, Pierce County, Washington, USA
February 20, 2010
Size: around 10 mm
Cramptonomyia spenceri or something close?

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little fly - Cramptonomyia spenceri - male little fly - Cramptonomyia spenceri

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Moved from Flies.

Male Nematocera
My thought was also Cramptonomyia spenceri before I noticed your description. There is nothing close -- there is only one species of the family in North America and no closely related families.

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