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Family Phoridae - Scuttle Flies


Wingless phorid - Aenigmatias - female Wingless phorid - Aenigmatias - female Wingless phorid - Aenigmatias - female Phoridae? - Aenigmatias eurynotus - male

Genus Myriophora - Myriophora Millipede with about 20 flies Millipede with about 20 flies Millipede with about 20 flies Millipede with about 20 flies

Unknown small insect - unable to identify to order let alone family - Trophodeinus - female small spike-winged fly - Megaselia - female True Bug Perhaps ? - Puliciphora - female Fly - Megaselia Fast black flies that periodically infest Dr. Larry Marh's Drosophila lab at the University of California, Irvine - Megaselia scalaris - female A phorid species? - Apocephalus Phorid - Apocephalus - male Fly - Megaselia

fly - Spiniphora - male fly possibly associated with snails - Spiniphora Scuttle Fly - Dohrniphora - female Scuttle Fly - Phora Stichillus? - Stichillus Scuttle Flies mating - Phora - male - female Conicera dauci - Conicera - male Fly - Phora