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Genus Rhamphomyia

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Empid spp? - Rhamphomyia Empid spp? - Rhamphomyia - male fly061217 - Rhamphomyia - male fly of some kind?  - Rhamphomyia black- and gray-legged fly - Rhamphomyia black- and gray-legged fly - Rhamphomyia - female Unknown Fly - Rhamphomyia Unknown Fly - Rhamphomyia - female Black-legged fly - Rhamphomyia Black-legged fly - Rhamphomyia - male Fly for ID - Rhamphomyia - male Fly for ID - Rhamphomyia - male Small fly with pointed abdomen - Rhamphomyia Small fly with pointed abdomen - Rhamphomyia Small fly with pointed abdomen - Rhamphomyia Small fly with pointed abdomen - Rhamphomyia Diptera - Rhamphomyia Empidoid (?) with orange thorax and bristles on side of abdomen - Rhamphomyia - female Empidoid (?) with orange thorax and bristles on side of abdomen - Rhamphomyia - female Dance Fly  - Rhamphomyia Dance Fly - Empis? - Rhamphomyia - male Dance Fly - Empis? - Rhamphomyia - male Dance Fly - Empis? - Rhamphomyia - male Fly 3 - Rhamphomyia - male

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