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Family Stratiomyidae - Soldier flies

 
 
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?stratiomyid - Exodontha luteipes

Tiny Spider and Fly - Actina viridis unk fly - Allognosta fuscitarsis Soldier Fly - Allognosta fuscitarsis - female Stratiomyid - Allognosta fuscitarsis - male Unknown Fly - Allognosta fuscitarsis - female  Allognosta fuscitarsis - Allognosta fuscitarsis - female Stratiomyidae - Actina viridis - female Bug - Allognosta

Redheaded fly - Inopus rubriceps - female Fly ID Request - Inopus rubriceps - male Black bug, orange head - Inopus rubriceps - female Red Headed Fly - Inopus rubriceps - female Red Headed Fly - Inopus rubriceps - female Female sugarcane soldier fly - Inopus rubriceps - female Sugarcane Soldier Fly - Inopus rubriceps - male I. rubriceps - Inopus rubriceps - female

ID please - Dieuryneura stigma - male More Adoxomyia from CA... - Adoxomyia - female Male, Adoxomyia? - Adoxomyia tenuicornis - male Pilose eyed black fly with stylate antenna - Adoxomyia subulata Bee Fly. ? - Cyphomyia erecta Bee Fly. ? - Cyphomyia erecta Cyphomyia sp.? - Cyphomyia pilosissima Female, Dieuryneura stigma? - Dieuryneura stigma - female

Unknown Mydas Fly - Hermetia illucens Robber Fly? - Hermetia illucens At first glimpse, thought it was a Mydid :-) - Hermetia comstocki - female Wasp mimic fly? - Hermetia illucens Hermetia illucens? - Hermetia illucens Soldier fly? - Hermetia illucens Insect with see through segment. - Hermetia illucens Arizona Fly for ID - Hermetia

 
 
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