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Species Condylostylus patibulatus

Condylostylid?  with Prey - Condylostylus patibulatus Fly - Condylostylus patibulatus Is this a Long-legged Fly? - Condylostylus patibulatus - female Condylostylus patibulatus - male Condylostylus JR3 - Condylostylus patibulatus - female Condylostylus mundus - Condylostylus patibulatus - female Long-legged Fly (Condylostylus) - Condylostylus patibulatus - male Duel or courtship.  - Condylostylus patibulatus - male
Kingdom Animalia (Animals)
Phylum Arthropoda (Arthropods)
Subphylum Hexapoda (Hexapods)
Class Insecta (Insects)
Order Diptera (Flies)
No Taxon (Orthorrhapha)
Superfamily Empidoidea
Family Dolichopodidae (Longlegged Flies)
Subfamily Sciapodinae
Genus Condylostylus
Species patibulatus (Condylostylus patibulatus)
Synonyms and other taxonomic changes
Dolichopus patibulatus Say 1823
Psilopus patibulatus
Condylostylus patibulatus
Green body, black legs, black antennae, face with pale hairs, segments 2-4 of fore tarsi similar (female) or 2-3 short and 4 longer (male). Fore basitarsus of male with row of bristles on outside. In the Northeast, no other species has black legs and marked wings.
Eastern USA, Southern Canada
One of the common species of the Northeast, and so one of the first described from North America.
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