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Family Limoniidae - Limoniid Crane Flies


Spot-Winged Crane Fly - Limonia duplicata BG2052 E3102 - Limonia - male Crane flies - Limonia - male - female Limonia - Limonia duplicata - male Limonia - Toxorhina magna Long-legged Winged Guy on Rosinweed Tipulomorpha - Limonia 2018-08-10 Loooooong-nosed crane fly - Elephantomyia westwoodi - female

BG750 C7572 - Epiphragma solatrix - male Limoniid Crane Fly - Limnophila Nematocera - female Fly - Limnophila Epiphragma fasciapenne? - Epiphragma fasciapenne - female Wingless crane fly - Dactylolabis vestigipennis - female Mating Crane Flies - Atarba picticornis - male - female Epiphragma fasciapenne? - Epiphragma fasciapenne - female

Crane Flies - Gnophomyia tristissima - male - female small Crane Fly - Erioptera caliptera Unknown insect - Chionea - male Brown crane fly with some yellow (2) - Gonomyia - male Crane fly - Erioptera graphica Orange-tipped fly - Gonomyia sulphurella - female Small, spotted crane fly - Erioptera parva Crane Flies (Gnophomyia tristissima) - Gnophomyia tristissima - male - female