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Order Mecoptera - Scorpionflies, Hangingflies and Allies

 
 
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Hangingfly - Bittacus pilicornis - male 6009933 - Bittacus strigosus Hangfly or Scorpion fly- predating another insect, 3 images - Bittacus pilicornis Bittacus strigosus, Potomac Gorge - Bittacus strigosus - male Wingless Scorpion Flies - Apterobittacus apterus - male - female Grass Insect - Apterobittacus apterus Hangingfly - Bittacus Hangingfly - Bittacus

Snow Scorpionfly - Boreus brumalis - female Snow Scorpionfly - Boreus brumalis - male Snow Scorpionfly - Boreus nivoriundus - male Snow-born Boreus - Boreus nivoriundus - male Boreus brumalis in New Brunswick - Boreus brumalis - female Snow Scorpionfly - Boreus nivoriundus - male - female Mid-winter Boreus - Boreus brumalis - female Boreus brumalis - male

Neuropteran? Small lacewing size, but folds wings completely flat - Merope tuber - female Forcepfly - Merope tuber - female Forcepfly - Merope tuber Forcepfly - Merope tuber - female Merope tuber - male Merope tuber - male Forecepfly - Merope tuber - female bug - Merope tuber

Scorpion Fly - Panorpa 2nd female sandhill Panorpa - Panorpa rufa - female Scorpionfly - Panorpa - male Scorpionfly - Panorpa - female scorpionfly - Panorpa confusa - male maybe anomala - Panorpa anomala - male Scorpion fly - Panorpa confusa Scorpion Fly - Possibly a Panorpa latipennis female - Panorpa - female

Brachypanorpa sacajawea Byers - Brachypanorpa sacajawea - male Mecoptera - Brachypanorpa oregonensis Mecoptera - Brachypanorpa oregonensis Brachypanorpa? - Brachypanorpa At last a female.. - Brachypanorpa oregonensis - female At last a female.. - Brachypanorpa oregonensis - female New male - Brachypanorpa oregonensis - male Brachypanorpa sp.  - Brachypanorpa

 
 
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