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Tribe Azeliini


Fly - Azelia Fly - Azelia cilipes - male Fly - Azelia cilipes Fly - Azelia - male Fly - Azelia - male Azelia cilipes ? - Azelia - male small muscid - Azelia - female small muscid - Azelia - female

fly with many abdominal bristles - Drymeia flavinervis - male Tachind? - Drymeia - male - female dark fly with pale wings - Drymeia flavinervis - female dark fly with pale wings - Drymeia flavinervis - female dark fly with pale wings - Drymeia flavinervis - female Drymeia flavinervis? - Drymeia flavinervis - female Drymeia flavinervis? - Drymeia flavinervis - female Fly May 30 - Drymeia flavinervis

Fly - Hydrotaea Shiny fly with orange wing bases - Hydrotaea militaris - male Muscinae -? - Hydrotaea aenescens - female Hydrotaea - Hydrotaea floccosa - male Hydrotaea houghi Malloch - Hydrotaea houghi Hydrotaea houghi Malloch - Hydrotaea houghi Hydrotaea succedens? - Hydrotaea - female Shiny black muscid - Hydrotaea? - Hydrotaea - female

Muscid Fly - Thricops - female Muscid Fly - Thricops - female Muscid Fly - Thricops - female Which fly is this? - Thricops diaphanus - male fly - Thricops diaphanus - female Thricops rufisquamus - male Thricops rufisquamus - male Thricops rufisquamus - male