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Family Stratiomyidae - Soldier flies

 
 
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?stratiomyid - Exodontha luteipes

Soldier Fly larva Actina viridis, perhaps? - Actina viridis Backyard Fly - Allognosta fuscitarsis - female Allognosta fuscitarsis? - Allognosta fuscitarsis - female Fly - Actina viridis green fly - Actina viridis Little black fly - Allognosta unknown diptera - Exaireta spinigera

Redheaded fly - Inopus rubriceps - female Australian Sod Fly? - Inopus rubriceps - female Fly ID Request - Inopus rubriceps - male Sugarcane Soldier Fly - Inopus rubriceps - male Sugarcane Soldier Fly - Inopus rubriceps - male Sugarcane Soldier Fly - Inopus rubriceps - male Red Headed Fly - Inopus rubriceps - female Red Headed Fly - Inopus rubriceps - female

ID please - Dieuryneura stigma - male ID for Soldier Fly in CA? - Adoxomyia Flying insect-horizontal lines across eyes - Cyphomyia erecta - female Fly in Joshua Tree forest - Dieuryneura stigma - female Soldier Fly - Adoxomyia Fly - Cyphomyia erecta - male Fly IMG_0336 - Adoxomyia Orthorrhapha - Dieuryneura stigma - male

Bee or Bee Fly? - Hermetia Stratiomyid - Hermetia concinna Sawfly? - Hermetia illucens Black Soldier Fly (Hermetia sp)? - Hermetia illucens Fly - Hermetia illucens black wasp - Hermetia illucens Gold & Brown Fly - Hermetia comstocki Syrphid fly? - Hermetia illucens

 
 
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