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Family Ceratopogonidae - Biting Midges


Fly Biting Midge - Culicoides - male Midge larva Biting Midge - Phaenobezzia opaca Biting Midge - Bezzia - female Ceratopogonidae, distinctive little fly - Stilobezzia coquilletti - female Biting Midge - Culicoides Ceratopogonidae - Monohelea - female

Ceratopogonidae - Dasyhelea - female Biting Midge - Dasyhelea - female Small nematoceran? - Dasyhelea - female Utah Ceratopogonid - Dasyhelea - female fly - Dasyhelea - male IMG_8766 - Dasyhelea IMG_8766 - Dasyhelea Biting Midge? - Dasyhelea

fly with odd antennae - Atrichopogon Teeny Tiny Flying Thing - Forcipomyia - male Biting Midge - Forcipomyia - male Biting Midge - Atrichopogon A nematoceran.  I do hope for an ID. - Forcipomyia - female Hemolymph-feeding parasites of Erythemis - Forcipomyia Ceratopogonid - Forcipomyia - female Ceratopogonid - Forcipomyia - female

Biting Midge - Leptoconops - female Biting Midge - Leptoconops - female