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Photo#373940
Dryomyzid Fly - Dryomyza

Dryomyzid Fly - Dryomyza
Ballston Lake, Saratoga County, New York, USA
June 6, 1985
Size: 7 mm
I'll take a stab at it and suggest that maybe it's a Dryomyzid? ID help appreciated.

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Dryomyzid Fly - Dryomyza Dryomyzid Fly - Dryomyza Dryomyzid Fly - Dryomyza

Check R1
The genus has been split so that species with R1 hairy are in Dryomyza and species with R1 bare at least on basal half are in Dryope.

Moved
Moved from Dryomyzidae.

Moved
Yes, I think Dryomyzidae is correct.

Moved from Flies.

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