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Chloropidae?
KimGH
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Host plant : mugwart, raspberry, evening primrose, etc.
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another specimen
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humeral and subcostal break absent.
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Body, dorsal view
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vertical setae
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It's not Chloropidae. Some other acalyptrate fly.

When you say "host plant", do you mean the larva was mining or feeding inside the plant?
 
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Hello kmartinaitis,

A Chamaemyiidae tribe Leucopini.

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KimGH
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The specimen labels noted these informs: collected date, eclosion(from puparium) date and host plant. so it meant the larva was mining, searching prey or just living inside or outside the plant.
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