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Limoniid Crane Fly  - Erioptera caliptera

Limoniid Crane Fly - Erioptera caliptera
Mobile (Dog River), Mobile County, Alabama, USA
May 1, 2013
What do you get when you cross a crane fly with a dance fly? This "Hybotid Crane" was really tripping me out ... until I realized those big, red eyes are, in fact, MITES

You mite get a craning dance fly.
Or a dancing crane fly. Or a dane fly. Or a crance fly. Or...Or...

 
I'm so glad ...
Rabid Ron.
I'm shure glad you burned out on doing nothing and decided to rejoin us, 'cause I shure myth you during your noodle sabbatical :)
Crazy Bob

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