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Photo#86459
California Fly #8 - Frit Fly? - Liriomyza

California Fly #8 - Frit Fly? - Liriomyza
San Joaquin Marsh, Irvine, Orange County, California, USA
April 12, 2006

Moved
Moved from Leaf Miner Flies.

Moved
Moved from Frit Flies.

Agromyzidae
Probably Liriomyza.

 
Thanks.
Genus looks right, based on others I've shot.

Yes.
Definitely a chloropid.

 
Always amazing
the variations that are out there. This seems to be the only Bug Guide image that doesn't have a striped back. I was also surprised to find a green frit fly. Thanks again, Eric.

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