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Ulidiidae: Stenomyia
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Fly found in Houston, Texas, USA. April 14 2015. Collected and photographed (first 2 photos) by John Schneider.

I believe its Ulidiidae. I can't quite seem to get it to key out right though. Some of the setae are worn off complicating matters.

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A Stenomyia sp. (Ulidiidae: Lipsanini (=Euxestini))
Existing keys are >100 years old and out-of-time. I need to see the pictures of some types I keep at home, which will be available after my trip.

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Thanks Valery! That was the initial guess here, but it seemed a little off.
 
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Nosferatumyia wrote:
A Stenomyia sp. (Ulidiidae: Lipsanini (=Euxestini))
Existing keys are >100 years old and out-of-time. I need to see the pictures of some types I keep at home, which will be available after my trip.


I know this is from years ago, but are you able to check those type pictures to see if it is recognizable?
 
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Sorry for the delay.
Speaking strictly for me we both could have die then and there (JCool
It is Stenomyia sp. near tenuis, but it clearly differs in its wing pattern. May be a pattern variation, may be a new species or a South American invider

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Thanks!

Glad we are both still here!
 
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