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Photo#887147
Fly - Dilophus serotinus - male

Fly - Dilophus serotinus - Male
Deane, Letcher County, Kentucky, USA
November 1, 2013
Size: 4mm
Was on Elephant ear plant.

Dilophus serotinus Loew, male
Moved from Dilophus. ID'd from specimen, now a photo-voucher. Thanks Lisa!

 
Dilophus serotinus
Thank you!

Moved
Moved from ID Request.

Bibionidae, Possibly Dilophus sp.
Lisa, there are three key features which tell me this is a Bibionidae (Diptera)and possibly Dilophus sp. These are: the wing veination with the forked M vein; the tubercles at the apex of the fore-tibiae, and the shape of the antennae.

 
Thank
You very much for the ID. and the wonderful explanation of why that's what it is.

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