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Superfamily Sciaroidea - Fungus Gnats and Gall Midges

 
 
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Fungus Gnat - Bolitophila Fungus Gnat - Bolitophila Fungus Gnat - Bolitophila Fungus Gnat - Bolitophila - female Tipulomorpha - Bolitophila

galls on linden  - Contarinia verrucicola Possible Rhopalomyia baccharis stem gall? - Rhopalomyia baccharis Rhopalomyia baccharis gall - Rhopalomyia baccharis Cecidomyiidae, stem galls, wild 4 o'clocks, ripped open - Neolasioptera allioniae Gall - Asphondylia Cecidomyiidae, Goldenrod galls 1 & 2 - Asphondylia solidaginis Gall Midge on Grape - Vitisiella Grass deformity - Astictoneura muhlenbergiae

Dipteran 30 - Diadocidia ferruginosa fungus gnat - Diadocidia ferruginosa - male

sexually dimorphic Diptera - maybe a midge? - Symmerus Ditomyiidae - lateral - Symmerus lautus - male Ditomyiidae - thorax - Symmerus lautus - male Diptera, end of abdomen - Symmerus lautus - male Ditomyiidae - wing - Symmerus lautus - male Ditomyiidae - terminalia - Symmerus vockerothi - male fungus gnat 6007714 - Symmerus

Macrocera - male wasp-like gnat - Macrocera Odd Fly - Macrorrhyncha coxalis Predatory Fungus Gnat (Keroplatidae) Mycetophilidae - Macrocera fly - Macrocera - female Midge??? - Proceroplatus predatory fungus gnat - Proceroplatus

 
 
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