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Subfamily Metopininae

 
 
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Ants, scales, and phorid fly? - Apocephalus frameatus phorid hovers above Camponotus pennsylvanicus at bait - Apocephalus coquilletti - female fly-phorid? - Apocephalus fly-phorid? - Apocephalus A phorid species? - Apocephalus Ant-decapitating Fly - Apocephalus - male Apocephalus and carpenter ants - Apocephalus coquilletti - female Ant-decapitating Fly - Apocephalus - female

mating flies - Gymnophora 6015419 - Gymnophora Diptera - Gymnophora luteiventris Diptera - Gymnophora luteiventris Diptera - Gymnophora luteiventris Diptera - Gymnophora luteiventris Phorid - Gymnophora luteiventris - female Fly - Gymnophora

Phorid - Lecanocerus compressiceps - male Phorid - Lecanocerus compressiceps - male Phoridae - wow antennae - Lecanocerus compressiceps - male Phoridae - lateral - Lecanocerus compressiceps - male Fly - dorsal - Lecanocerus compressiceps - male Fly - end of abdomen - Lecanocerus compressiceps - male Phoridae - wing - Lecanocerus compressiceps - male

Fast black flies that periodically infest Dr. Larry Marh's Drosophila lab at the University of California, Irvine - Megaselia scalaris - male Scuttle Fly - Megaselia - female fly - Megaselia - female Phorid - midge parasitoid? - Megaselia nantucketensis - male Megaselia (Megaselia) sp. - Pupa (5 days) - Megaselia Phorid larva - Megaselia globipyga Tiny flying bugs in my home - Megaselia Fly - Megaselia scalaris

Scuttle Fly - Metopina Metopina subarcuata - Metopina Unusual phorid - Metopina - female Unusual phorid - Metopina - female Unusual phorid - Metopina - female Metopina - male - female Fly - Metopina - female Fly - Metopina - female

 
 
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