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Please identify this moth. Not a kissing bug Microarthropods Microarthropods Microarthropods Fly Larva (?) Spargania perhaps? Another of the same orangish flies. - female Papilio troilus Papilio troilus Papilio troilus Green cat Green cat Green Bottle Fly? Green Bottle Fly? Beetle at West Lake (Everglades National Park) Gelechiidae twirler moth Muscidae? showing wing structure somewhat Lerema accius? Lerema accius? Lerema accius? Please help us to identify this fly. Elateridae (Dalopius?) Elateridae (Dalopius?)

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