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Family Cecidomyiidae - Gall Midges and Wood Midges

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Another bunch gall fly - Rhopalomyia solidaginis - female Rhododendron tip gall - maybe Clinodiplosis rhododendri - Clinodiplosis rhododendri Cecidomyiidae, more larvae on rust - Mycodiplosis galls - Contarinia undescribed-species-on-boxelder Gall midge? - male Caryomia? on Carya - Caryomyia Bruggmanniella bumeliae (Sideroxylon lanuginosum - Gum Bumelia gall) - Bruggmanniella bumeliae Gall Midge

small fly - Anarete - male Fly Small fly in 'dancing' swarms - Conarete - male Please help us to identify this guy. Dipteran Wood Midge? - male wood midge - Lestremia wood midge - Lestremia - male

Gall Midge Wood Midge cecidomyiid - Catocha Gnat/midge attracted to red trillium flowers wing close up - Amedia floridana What is this tiny tiny fly? ID help please - Monardia Fungus gnat?

Gall Midge? - Isocolpodia Midge/gnat hanging from spider web - Camptomyia - female midge - Claspettomyia - female gall midges - male - female Gall Midge - male Dipterid Chironomidae ? Camptomyia?

spider-legged fly - Haplusia rubra What is it? - Winnertzia - female Fly??? - Haplusia rubra what is this, a mosquito?  - Haplusia Mystery Fly - Neostenoptera appalachiensis Cecidomyiidae? - Heteropeza pygmaea - female Dipteran - Leptosyna tmm - Neostenoptera appalachiensis

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