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Photo#57365
fly - Fannia - female

fly - Fannia - Female
Athol, Worcester County, Massachusetts, USA
June 11, 2006

Moved
Moved from Lance Flies.

Female Fannia?
This is not a lonchaeid. Note the white halteres (black in Lonchaeidae) and the bristles on the shaft of the mid and hind tibia (absent in Lonchaeidae). Based on the course of the subcosta I think this might be a Fannia.

Moved
Moved from Acalyptratae.

Moved
Moved from Flies.

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