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Photo#627622
fly - Eutrichota fuscipes - female

fly - Eutrichota fuscipes - Female
Groton, Middlesex County, Massachusetts, USA
April 2, 2012
Size: 7.5mm

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fly - Eutrichota fuscipes - female fly - Eutrichota fuscipes fly - Eutrichota fuscipes - female

Moved
Moved from Eutrichota.

Moved
Moved from modified tarsi.

Moved
Moved from Root-Maggot Flies.

Enlarged fore tarsi?
This seems to have enlarged fore tarsi, as some Eutrichota and Delia. I can't ID genus from this distance/angle.

 
These are the only 2 shots I took of the fly. Would a larger version of either of them help?

Moved
Moved from Flies.
Thanks John, it looks something like your Egle ciliata.

Anthomyiidae?
Anthomyiidae?

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