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Dolichopodidae? - Condylostylus caudatus - male

Dolichopodidae? - Condylostylus caudatus - Male
Manhattan, New York County, New York, USA
July 1, 2010

Moved from caudatus group.

Moved from ID Request.

Condylostylus connectans or C. caudatus. An expert would recognize the species from this view. Is the last segment of the hind tarsus expanded or cylindrical as seen from above? Does the mid basitarsus have a row of curved bristles?

Compare these legs of a related tropical species showing expanded tarsi and row of bristles:

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