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Photo#90315
sexually dimorphic Diptera - maybe a midge? - Symmerus

sexually dimorphic Diptera - maybe a midge? - Symmerus
Rector, Westmoreland County, Pennsylvania, USA
July 1, 2006
Size: 1cm

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sexually dimorphic Diptera - maybe a midge? - Symmerus sexually dimorphic Diptera - maybe a midge? - Symmerus - male - female

Moved
Moved from Fungus Gnats.

They are
fungus gnats of the family Mycetophilidae . - Chen

 
Ditomyiidae
With this long R4 they surely belong to Symmerus sp. (Sciaroidea: Ditomyiidae).

so long,

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