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Diptera True Flies
Order: Diptera Family: Chironomidae Distinct head Paired prolegs A. Bosak BMIC
Order: Diptera Family: Ceratopogonidae Distinct head No prolegs A. Bosak BMIC
Order: Diptera Family: Simulidae Head and prolegs present Abdomen swollen toward head Fringed antennae for collecting food A. Bosak BMIC
Order: Diptera Family: Tabanidae Genus: Crysops 6 projections in cross section Small distinguishable head A. Bosak BMIC
Order: Diptera Family: Tabanidae Genus: Tabanus 8 projections in cross section A. Bosak BMIC Small distinguishable head
Order: Diptera Family: Dixidae Prolegs Dorsal circlets of bristles Subfamily: Dixinae Subfamily: Paradixinae Dorsal combs A. Bosak BMIC
Order: Diptera Family: Empididae Terminal prolegs and processes or lobes Minute head Ventral prolegs A. Bosak BMIC
Order: Diptera Family: Ephydridae Posterior spines Inconspicuous head Cylindrical body tapers at both ends A. Bosak BMIC
Order: Diptera Life Stage: Pupa A. Bosak BMIC
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