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Stilt-leg fly

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Added by Charlie D.
on Jul 15, 2011.
 

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  • Charlie D.

    A Stilt-leg fly (Rainieria antennaepes) investigates the freshly cut end of a Black oak (Quercus velutina). 14 July Lutherville, MD. The species name "antennaepes' means 'feet like antennae' and refers to the fact that it holds its feet forward, they have white tips, and they tap the tips on the surface to mimic the antennae of some wasps.

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