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Photo#721852
Dipteran 30 - Diadocidia ferruginosa

Dipteran 30 - Diadocidia ferruginosa
Black Mountain, Buncombe County, North Carolina, USA
June 7, 2012
Size: 3.7 mm
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Moved
Moved from Diadocidia.

Diadocidia ferruginosa
I will call this Diadocidia ferruginosa based on published information. Your fly is distinguishable from two species recorded from North America and consistent with the third. It is possible that what is called D. ferruginosa in North America is not that species (which was described from Europe).

Moved
Moved from Flies.

Diadocidia?
Seems to key to Diadocidia in MND. Let me check more modern sources.

 
Sweet
new family! Nice job, Jody.

 
Wow!
Wasn't expecting that... Thanks guys!

Mycetophilidae?
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