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Photo#470674
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fly
Cross Plains, Dane County, Wisconsin, USA
July 1, 2010
Size: ~2.5mm

Moved
Moved from Anthomyzidae.

Anthomyza or Arganthomyza?
As with another pair of images, it is impossible to distinguish Arganthomyza duplex from the three members of the Anthomyza macra-group without a clearer image of the head (fronto-orbital setae, in particular) or the surstyli (in this male). Both are relatively common, can co-occur, but the macra-group members are more likely to be found under deciduous or mixed canopy and A.duplex more likely on edges.

Moved
Anthomyzidae seems like a good guess.

Moved from Flies.

Related to?
I wonder if it's related to

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