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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 Vashon BioBlitz 2012 - ID for fly with long antennae? Vashon BioBlitz 2012 - ID for fly with long antennae?

Coyote Brush Bud Gall Midge - Rhopalomyia californica Asteromyia carbonifera Cecidomyiidae, larva, ventral posterior - Parallelodiplosis subtruncata Goldenrod rosette gall - Asphondylia Purple Sage galls - Rhopalomyia Cecidomyiidae, spent puparium - Arthrocnodax Are they all Caryomia tubericola? the flat ones being old? on Carya glabra - Caryomyia tubicola Gall on Carya texana - Caryomyia cilidolium

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

6007713 Sciarid or Cecidomyid? - Symmerus - female sexually dimorphic Diptera - maybe a midge? - Symmerus - male - female Fungus Gnat - Symmerus - male Ditomyiidae - thorax - Symmerus lautus - male Ditomyiidae - wing - Symmerus lautus - male Ditomyiidae - lateral - Symmerus vockerothi - male Fungus Gnat - Symmerus - female fungus gnat

Predatory Fungus Gnat (Keroplatidae) Fly IMG_0487 - Macrocera - male gnat - Proceroplatus elegans Mating pair - male - female Which Insect? Macrocera formosa? - Macrocera - male Crane Fly  - Macrocera - male Unknown insect type

 
 
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