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Subfamily Metopininae

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Phalacrotophora epeirae Phalacrotophora epeirae Phalacrotophora epeirae Phalacrotophora epeirae Fly from spider egg sac - Phalacrotophora epeirae - female phorid fly - Phalacrotophora longifrons - female phorid fly - Phalacrotophora longifrons - female Dohrniphora? - Phalacrotophora

Pseudacteon attack on Solenopsis geminata - Pseudacteon - male Pseudacteon attack on Solenopsis geminata - Pseudacteon Pseudacteon attack on Solenopsis geminata - Pseudacteon Pseudacteon attack on Solenopsis geminata - Pseudacteon Pseudacteon attack on Solenopsis geminata - Pseudacteon Pseudacteon attacking Solenopsis geminata colony - Pseudacteon - female Pseudacteon attacking Solenopsis geminata colony - Pseudacteon Fly - Pseudacteon

Wingless fly - Puliciphora - female tiny wingless fly? - Puliciphora True Bug Perhaps ? - Puliciphora - female Wingless Scuttle Fly, dorsal - Puliciphora borinquenensis - female Puliciphora - male Puliciphora sp. - Puliciphora - female Puliciphora sp. - Puliciphora - female wingless fly - Puliciphora

mating flies - Trophithauma rostrata - male - female

Unknown small insect - unable to identify to order let alone family - Trophodeinus - female Big-Palp Fly - Trophodeinus - male

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