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fungus fly - Limonia duplicata - male

fungus fly - Limonia duplicata - Male
Hillsborough County, New Hampshire, USA
Size: about 8 mm body
This is a composite of two images created to present both head and antennae in better focus.

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Male crane fly
of Limonia (Rhipidia) duplicate . Excellent image to show the branched antennae of this group of crane flies in the subgenus Rhipidia. More info on this group see here . - Chen

 
Thank you, Chen.
Looks like you've got a new larval food source, mushrooms. These emerged in a closed container (with fist-sized air hole covered securely with a fine mesh) that had an assortment of mushroom scraps in it. (I was trying to rear some bee*tle larvae.)

Nice detail
Nifty critter!

 
I shoo them out of the tub enclosure
whenever I want to shower :-)

 
Shoot first, shoo later.
Some guys have all the luck. (All I get are earwigs and drain flies.)

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