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Species Megaselia scalaris

 
 
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Small fruit-fly like insect - Megaselia scalaris - male Small fruit-fly like insect - Megaselia scalaris - male Fungus gnat - Megaselia scalaris - female Fly - Megaselia scalaris Fly - Megaselia scalaris Fly - Megaselia scalaris Scuttle Fly with white tip - Megaselia scalaris - male Scuttle Fly with white tip - Megaselia scalaris - male Scuttle Fly with white tip - Megaselia scalaris - male Scuttle Fly with white tip - Megaselia scalaris - male Megaselia scalaris Megaselia scalaris - male Megaselia scalaris - male Megaselia scalaris - male Phorid - Megaselia scalaris Fast black flies that periodically infest Dr. Larry Marh's Drosophila lab at the University of California, Irvine - Megaselia scalaris - male Fast black flies that periodically infest Dr. Larry Marh's Drosophila lab at the University of California, Irvine - Megaselia scalaris - male Fast black flies that periodically infest Dr. Larry Marh's Drosophila lab at the University of California, Irvine - Megaselia scalaris - female Fast black flies that periodically infest Dr. Larry Marh's Drosophila lab at the University of California, Irvine - Megaselia scalaris - female Pest, fruit fly...? I dont know.. - Megaselia scalaris Pest, fruit fly...? I dont know.. - Megaselia scalaris compost fly - Megaselia scalaris Scuttle Fly - Megaselia scalaris - male small fly? - Megaselia scalaris - male

 
 
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