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fly 58 - Notogramma purpuratum

fly 58 - Notogramma purpuratum
Vail, Pima County, Arizona, USA
July 25, 2007
on dead, rotting saguaro

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fly 58 - Notogramma purpuratum fly 58 - Notogramma purpuratum fly 58 - Notogramma purpuratum

we have a lot of these under Stictomyia longicornis
I believe

 
Differences
Sticomyia longicornis has long antennae and spotted wings.

Moved
Moved from Notogramma.

Moved
Moved from Syrphid Flies.

Moved for expert att'n; magnificent fly batch, Jilian!
Moved from ID Request.

Notogramma?

 
Probably purpuratum
Probably N. purpuratum, which is known from Pima Co. This angle (and only this angle) shows a clear spot along the edge of the wing about 2/3 of the distance to the wingtip.

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