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Campiglossa albiceps - Photo (c) Curt Lehman, all rights reserved
sherylsr's ID: Campiglossa albiceps, a member of Fruit Flies (Family Tephritidae)
Posted by sherylsr 11 days ago (Flag)
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Campiglossa - Photo (c) Curt Lehman, all rights reserved
sherylsr's ID: Genus Campiglossa, a member of Fruit Flies (Family Tephritidae)
Posted by sherylsr 11 days ago (Flag)
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Fruit Flies - Photo (c) Cécile Bassaglia, some rights reserved (CC BY-NC-SA)
sherylsr's ID: Fruit Flies (Family Tephritidae)
Posted by sherylsr 11 days ago (Flag)
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The wing pattern looks like Dyseuaresta mexicana, which is not in Bugguide. It occurs throughout Texas. The larval host is recorded as Melanthera.

Posted by edwardlisowski 10 days ago (Flag)
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What about Neotephritis finalis, @edwardlis?

Posted by sherylsr 6 days ago (Flag)
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Neotephritis has 5 clear spots that form a W in the first two forward cells of the wing and a 6th spot underneath the W.

Posted by edwardlisowski 3 days ago (Flag)
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Fruit Flies - Photo (c) Cécile Bassaglia, some rights reserved (CC BY-NC-SA)
sherylsr's ID: Fruit Flies (Family Tephritidae)
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