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Muscidae: Coenosiinae: Neodexiopsis? ā€“> yes
Steve Scholnick
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Posted on 17-05-2019 00:06
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I think I have this one keyed out to Neodexiopsis using the Manual of the Nearctic Diptera but, with my luck with muscids, it could be a butterfly.

body ~3.5mm, ~5mm to wingtips
I've found many of these flies just sitting on various flat concrete surfaces in a semi-urban/suburban area ā€“ wooded areas, lawns, some ponds and small creeks, etc.

Thanks for the help!

Regards
Steve

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Edited by Steve Scholnick on 26-05-2019 23:22
 
Steve Scholnick
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no one?
TIA
Edited by Steve Scholnick on 26-05-2019 00:23
 
Nikita Vikhrev
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I agree with Neodexiopsis
Nikita Vikhrev - Zool Museum of Moscow University
 
Steve Scholnick
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Thanks Dr. Vikhrev!
 
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