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Psilidae: Psila perpolita
Tony T
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EDIT: was "ID please"
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Psilidae
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See if you find it in

Buck, Matthias and Stephen A. Marshall. 2006. The identity of Pseudopsila, description of a new subgenus of Psila, and redefinition of Psila sensu lato (Diptera: Psilidae). Eur. J. Entomol. 103: 183-­192
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Thank you both for the family ID; 1st specimen I have seen for this family.
I have no access to the literature but attempted a genus ID based on MOND.
The long cup cell indicates Psilinae; short antennae rule out Loxocera; Psilosoma is not Nearctic.
Leaves it as Psila although I was unable to see any setae on the notopleuron.
 
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The Buck and Marhsall paper is here:

http://www.eje.cz...o_dipt.php
 
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Thanks.
I keyed it to P. perpolita
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