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"Nematocera" (Non-Brachycera)

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Phantom Crane Fly - Bittacomorpha clavipes BG1773 C8149 - Bittacomorpha clavipes - male Beautiful Phantom - Bittacomorpha clavipes - male Crane fly - Bittacomorpha clavipes Crane fly - Bittacomorpha clavipes Phantom Crane Fly - Bittacomorpha clavipes - male Mating Phantom Crane Flies - Bittacomorpha clavipes - male - female crane fly or similar - Bittacomorpha clavipes

Dark-winged Fungus Gnat gall midge - Trotteria Midge Crane Fly or Wasp? - Macrocera - male Fungus Gnat Fungus Gnat - Neoempheria balioptera Unknown Fly Leigh Farm Park Leaf galls on Liriodendron tulipifera D_G38 2017 1 - Resseliella liriodendri

Midge - Psectrotanypus dyari - male Chironomidae, dorsal - Cardiocladius Large fly - female Chironomidae: Chironomus? - Chironomus - male Midge - female midge? Zavrelimyia? A very handsome midge in need of an ID - Coelotanypus scapularis - male

Rounded wings - Clogmia Drain Fly - Psychoda Moth Fly - Stupkaiella Moth Fly Psychodinae - Clogmia Moth Fly - Clogmia Moth Fly Tiny moth Moth fly

Its not a mosquito is it? - Tipula monticola - male Must have been feeding behind Starbucks - Limonia - female Hexatoma sp. - Hexatoma Chionea scita most likely - Chionea scita - female Chironomid pupa Erioptera? - Erioptera Crane fly - Limonia immatura tiger crane fly - Nephrotoma ferruginea - female

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