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muscoid - Coenosia

muscoid - Coenosia
Guelph: Eramosa River near Gordon Street, Wellington, Ontario, Canada
September 29, 2000
near shoreline

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muscoid - Coenosia muscoid - Coenosia

Moved from Muscoidea.

Tiger Fly?
They seem to have those black spots on the abdomen here.

It seems reasonable for Coeno
It seems reasonable for Coenosia. Do you know how reliable is the abdominal spotting is for the genus?

Not sure
It looks like a Tiger Fly to me, but I'm no expert on these.

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