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ID for Field Station Empidid #1? - female

ID for Field Station Empidid #1? - Female
Robert J. Bernard Biological Field Station, Claremont, Los Angeles County, California, USA
March 28, 2010
Photographed on Phacelia distans.

Please also see my other posts of empidids from this location as they are likely the same species:

Images of this individual: tag all
ID for Field Station Empidid #1? - female ID for Field Station Empidid #1? - female

Moved
Moved from Dance Flies. Likely Rhamphomyia.

 
My post of these flies identified as Rhamphomyia
Some Dance Flies that I photographed in the same place around the same time were identified as Rhamphomyia, as seen in the comments on my post.

 
They're probably ALL that genus...
These two that I photographed at the Field Station were identified as Rhamphomyia:


This one has not been commented on, but is likely the same as the other three:

 
R4+5
I think all the Empidinae with R4+5 unforked are Rhamphomyia but I am not certain.

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