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Agreeing with keith and Jessica, I don't know this species of crane fly but it does appear to have the requisite "halteres" (back wings which have evolved to become short stalks with bulbed ends; these help them counter-balance the action of their front wings).
It is a crane fly.
I think it's a Crane Fly
Lat: 30.38, Long: -87.31
Spotted on Mar 12, 2010 Submitted on Mar 12, 2010