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Male specimen collected in July 11, 2015 in Barron Co., Wisconsin, USA. At lights. 5 mm.

Need help with current taxonomy. The specimen keys to H. armipes (sensu Huckett 1954/1965), having a single spine on hind femur just past middle, eyes bare & no PD bristle on hind tibia. However, images of H. armipes here and some comments I've seen do not agree with Huckett.

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As far as I can see it is H. floccosa Macquart, 1835
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I had not reed till the end.
Yes, present H. floccosa = H. armipes sensu Huckett
end present H. armipes = H. occulta sensu Hucket (as well as sensu Hennig and Fonseca)
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Thanks Nikita!
 
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