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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

Phytomyza
ilicis

Pollenia
rudis

Psila
fimetaria

Ptychoptera
contaminata

Rhagio
scolopaceus

Sarcophaga
carnaria

Scathophaga
stercoraria

Sepsis
fulgens

Sialis
lutaria

Sicus
ferrugineus

Sylvicola
cinctus

Tachina
fera

Terellia
tussilaginis

Tipula
maxima

Tipula
paludosa

Trypetoptera
punctulata


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