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This was a tiny individual (3 mm) - the head is disproportionately smaller than the bulbous humped body. These rather bizarre-looking flies are nectar-feeders.
Partly cleared remnant eucalypt forest (South Australia)
Apparently the Acroceridae are relatively uncommon. They are commonly known as Small-headed flies, Humpback flies, or Bladder flies.