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Tribe Lestodiplosini

 
 
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Cecidomyiidae - Arthrocnodax Cecidomyiidae, spent puparium - Arthrocnodax Cecidomyiidae - Arthrocnodax

Cecidomyiidae - Lestodiplosis - male Most Unusual Midge - Lestodiplosis Midge? - Lestodiplosis Midge? - Lestodiplosis Cecidomyiidae - Lestodiplosis Black-banded fly - Lestodiplosis Unknown colorful cecidomyiid from Sonoma County, CA - Lestodiplosis ID Request - Lestodiplosis Gall Midge? - Lestodiplosis Lestodiplosis Tiny spotted wing fly - Lestodiplosis Cecidoymiidae, predatory on Grape Phylloxera - Lestodiplosis Cecidoymiidae, predatory on Grape Phylloxera - Lestodiplosis Cecidoymiidae, predatory on Grape Phylloxera - Lestodiplosis Cecidoymiidae, predatory on Grape Phylloxera - Lestodiplosis - female Midge sp. - Lestodiplosis Midge reared from inflorescences of Coreopsis tinctoria - Lestodiplosis Midge reared from inflorescences of Coreopsis tinctoria - Lestodiplosis Insect - Lestodiplosis Fly - Lestodiplosis - female beautiful midge emerging from Morus rubra wood - Lestodiplosis - male

 
 
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