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Moth Fly - Eurygarka

Moth Fly - Eurygarka
Mobile (Dog River), Mobile County, Alabama, USA
September 2, 2010
I'm thinking in Clogmia genus but too many spots for Clogmia albipunctata. Fly specialist intervention needed. Thanks.

Looks the same as the other two,
but probably different gender (smaller antennae). I don't know the species. I don't remember what distinguishes Euygarka from other genera, but I'm going to put this one with the other two.

There is a revision of the genus, including a key to genera here, but I haven't been to a library where I can access the file.

Moved from Moth Flies.

Looks like ...
I own this little sucker :)
I'll start collecting specimens if there's someone to send them to or I had a copy of the key

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