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Family Tachinidae

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gray bristly Fly with blackish abdominal stripes & obscure thoracic streaking; few blackish markings on wing cross-veins Tachinid feeding on birch sap - Cyrtophleba nitida Tachinid Fly - Wagneria Tachinidae - Voria Tachinid Fly Tachinid Fly - Zelia - male possible Flesh Fly? - Zelia - female Fly - Cyrtophleba coquilletti

Fly - Gonia Tachinid with white face - Gonia What fly, please? - Chetogena tachinomoides - male - female Gonia? - Gonia Parasitic Fly Tachnidae Genus Winthemia - Winthemia FLY - Mystacella chrysoprocta Carpenter bee? Horsefly-like carpenter bee? - Belvosia Tachinid - Gonia? - Gonia crassicornis

unk. fly - Xanthomelanodes arcuatus Fly - Gymnosoma Red abdomen Fly - Cylindromyia Trichopoda pennipes - female Tachinidae ? - Euclytia flava Cylindromyia? - Cylindromyia fly - Trichopoda Trichopoda

Tachinid - Epalpus signifer Small Winter-Active Flower Fly - Siphona Spiny Tachina Fly - Paradejeania rutilioides Which fly?  H. abrupta? - Hystricia abrupta Unusual fly...  Tachinid? - Pararchytas decisus Fly - Archytas Tachinid tachinid fly Rangeley Maine

Tachinid Fly Tachinid Fly? Tachinidae ? Tachinid Fly Tachinid Fly - Blondeliini? Blondeliini? Tachnid, right? (Second guess: Satellite fly) Dipteran

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