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Family Ceratopogonidae - Biting Midges


Green biting midge - Stilobezzia viridis - female 102311? - Stilobezzia - female Ceratopogonidae - female Black biting midge (I think) - Palpomyia - female Ceratopogonidae - Monohelea - female Insect - female biting midge - female biting midge

very small fly - Dasyhelea - male Biting Midge - Dasyhelea - female Head and antennae - Dasyhelea - female male ceratopogonid - Dasyhelea - male IMG_8766 - Dasyhelea Dasyhelea male? - Dasyhelea - male tiny midge - Dasyhelea Midge 2 - Dasyhelea - female

Unknown Larvae (Diptera?) Atrichopogon levis? - Atrichopogon - male Pupa Party - Forcipomyia ceratopogonid? - Forcipomyia - male Forcipomyia (Forcipomyia) female? - Forcipomyia macswaini - female Forcipomyia (Forcipomyia) female? - Forcipomyia - female Midge on Frog - Forcipomyia fairfaxensis Forcipomyia subgenus Forcipomyia - Forcipomyia brevipennis - male

Biting Midge - Leptoconops - female Biting Midge - Leptoconops - female Reptile Ceratopogonidae - Leptoconops californiensis

Aquatic Larva Gelatinous egg masses on submerged aquatic vegetation Gelatinous egg masses on submerged aquatic vegetation Diptera larva found in rainwater found in rainwater Unknown, Order? now known,  Diptera: Ceratopogonidae mystery immature under dead tree bark