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Superfamily Asiloidea

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Hilarimorphidae  - Hilarimorpha - male Hilarimorphidae  - Hilarimorpha - male

Odd little fly with bee-like butt Mythicomyia Mythicomyiidae -? - Mythicomyia fly 113 - Mythicomyia Duck-billed bee fly on Monkeyflower - Mythicomyia Mythicomyiid? Insect syrphidae? - Mythicomyia

Unknown Mydas Fly - Mydas Tarantula hawk mimic - Mydas luteipennis - female Attractive Mydas Fly - Mydas ventralis Delhi Sands Flower-loving Fly - Rhaphiomidas terminatus - male Colorado River Mydid - Mydas ventralis Mydid pepsis mimic - Mydas xanthopterus - female Rare Nemomydas from Cal Academy Collection - Nemomydas tenuipes - male Mydidae - Mydas clavatus

Looks like what the ant has Looks like what the ant has unknown small fly - Metatrichia bulbosa Window Fly - Scenopinus Scenopinus - female Bird nest fly - Scenopinus Window Fly - Brevitrichia Which fly is this? - Metatrichia bulbosa - male

Ƿ Stiletto Fly - Thereva Gray banded fly - Ozodiceromyia fly of some kind ? - Pherocera Ozodiceromyia? - Ozodiceromyia Ozodiceromyia? Stiletto Fly with Dark Wings - Ozodiceromyia nigrimana - female robber fly? - Ozodiceromyia - male

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