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Family Rhagionidae - Snipe Flies


Yellow Diptera - Arthroceras fulvicorne - female

Snipe Flies Mating? - Chrysopilus - male - female Small fly - Chrysopilus modestus Snipe Fly? - Chrysopilus thoracicus Small Snipe-like fly - dead - Chrysopilus proximus Fly - Chrysopilus rhagionid - Chrysopilus - male Chrysopilus quadratus - male Golden backed snipe fly - Chrysopilus - male

Rhagio Snipe Fly - Rhagio - female interesting fly - Rhagio R. mystaceus? - Rhagio mystaceus unknown dipteran - Rhagio Rhagionidae, Common Snipe Fly, dorsal - Rhagio mystaceus - male Snipe Fly (?) - Rhagio - male Late May snipe fly - Rhagio

fly - Symphoromyia hirta - female interesting fly - Symphoromyia rocky mountain bite fly and house spider - Symphoromyia hirta - male rocky mountain bite fly - Symphoromyia hirta - female rocky mountain bite fly - Symphoromyia hirta - female Diptera. Rhagionidae. Symphoromyia sp. - Symphoromyia - male Symphoromyia  from Sinks Grove - Symphoromyia hirta - female Rocky Mountain Bite Fly - what species? - Symphoromyia - female