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Family Muscidae - House Flies and kin

 
 
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Muscid Fly - Thricops - female Muscina stabulans - false stable fly? - Muscina stabulans - male fly in the house - Muscina Muscina pascuorum - male Muscina dorsilinea - female fly - Muscina pascuorum - female fly - Muscina pascuorum - female Hydrotaea - Hydrotaea floccosa - male

Tiger fly? - Coenosia tigrina Fly House Fly - Caricea Small fly feeding on cecidomyiid midge, Edmonton, AB - Caricea Fly waving wings on aspen log Fly Gray Fly with gray-black checkers on abdomen & obscure thorax stripes; elongated wings; reddish-gray legs. Coenosia atrata - male

Stable Fly? - Stomoxys calcitrans Housefly? - Musca Fly - female Lucilia -? - Neomyia cornicina - female what species´╝č - Musca autumnalis - male - female Unknown Fly - Stomoxys calcitrans Fly ID - Musca domestica Stomoxys calcitrans? - Stomoxys calcitrans

fly - Graphomya fly - Graphomya fly - Graphomya Graphomya? - Graphomya Graphomya? - Graphomya Graphomya? - Graphomya muscid fly - Myospila meditabunda - female muscid fly - Myospila meditabunda - female

Greenish Fly, again - Phaonia Phaonia House Fly - Dorsal - Phaonia - female Dipteran 18 - Atherigona Muscidae -? - Atherigona Who's this? - Atherigona reversura - female Muscid to black light - Atherigona reversura Muscoidea? - Atherigona reversura I think this is considered a pest.... - Atherigona reversura

 
 
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