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Photo#628150
Dance Fly? - male

Dance Fly? - Male
Kent East Hill, King County, Washington, USA
April 7, 2012
Size: ~1 cm

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Dance Fly? - male Dance Fly? - male Dance Fly? - male

Moved
Moved from Dance Flies.

Moved
Moved from ID Request.

 
Empidinae
All the Empididae that look like this are Empidinae. Clinocerinae do not have much of an anal lobe on the wing and Hemerodromiinae have fore coxae very long and fore legs distant from mid and hind legs.

Some other, more similar, former Empididae have been evicted from the family.

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