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Unknown Fly ID Please - Metatrichia bulbosa

Unknown Fly ID Please - Metatrichia bulbosa
De Kalb Junction, St. Lawrence County, New York, USA
August 7, 2013
Size: About 1 cm
This fly was found on a window inside a horse stable in extreme Northern NY. It was the only one but was mixed with several horse flies. I was thinking it might be a soldier fly of some kind?

nice! thanks, guys
Moved from Soldier flies.

Thanks
Thank you, Norm!

Scenopinidae: Metatrichia sp, probably M. bulbosa
Scenopinidae, Metatrichia sp, probably M. bulbosa

 
Scenopinus?
Metatrichia has antennae on a bulging base and scales on the thorax, which I don't see here. The bulge on the face is below the base of the antennae. The only other eastern genus is Scenopinus.

interesting...
Moved from ID Request.

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