Rounded Rectangle: Continue to Stenopa vulnerata page Rounded Rectangle: Recognition : A moderately large, brown to black fly with many stout white and black setae, yellow legs,  and prominently banded wings. There are three pairs of frontal bristles, two pairs of orbital bristles, and two pairs of black bristles on a subshining, black, inflated scutellum. The single pair of dorsocentral bristles arise well anterior to the midpoint between the acrostichal and postsutural supra-alar bristles. The very broad, dark wing bands of Stenopa resemble some species of Rhagoletis but Stenopa has an apically rounded first flagellomere, stout white postocular bristles and scutal setae, and dark cells bc and c.

1 species found in Ontario:
Stenopa vulnerata