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Black Fly - Ozodiceromyia

Black Fly - Ozodiceromyia
SRER, Sta. Rita Mtns., Pima County, Arizona, USA
July 25, 2013
I'm not really sure even what group this is in, I would guess something like Sintoria in the Robber Flies. Thank you for your help. Came to UV lights at night.
BugGuide Gathering_2013

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Heterodactyla
Therevidae or Asilidae seem possible. I can't make out the antenna or most of the wing. The feet with two white pads put it in the "Heterodactyla," the Orthorrhapha without enlarged empodium.

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