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UK Nature > Flies

Acidia cognata

Bombylius major

Chloromyia formosa

Coenosia tigrina

Conops quadrifasciatus

Culex Pipiens

Dilophus febrilis

Dioctria baumhaueri

Eriothrix rufomaculata

Euthycera fumigata

Graphomya maculata

Haematopota pluvialis

Lucilia caesar

Mesembrina meridiana

Minettia longipenis

Musca autumnalis

Muscina stabulans

Panorpa communis

Phaonia pallida

Phasia hemiptera

Phasia obesa

Pollenia rudis

Psila fimetaria

Ptychoptera contaminata

Rhagio scolopaceus

Sarcophaga carnaria

Scathophaga stercoraria

Sepsis fulgens

Sialis lutaria

Tachina fera

Terellia tussilaginis

Tipula maxima

Tipula paludosa

Trypetoptera punctulata


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