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Mydas Fly
Price: $3.00
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Item #: Mydas brunneus -

    Phantom Midge
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    Item #: Chaoborus punctipennis -

      Rat-tailed Maggot Fly
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      Item #: Palpada sp. -

        Robber Fly - Diogmites sp.
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        Item #: diogmites-sp. -

          Soldier Fly
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          Item #: Stratiomyidae-1 -

            Syrphid Fly - Cheilosia
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            Item #: Cheilosia sp. -

              Tachinid Fly
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              Item #: Tachinidae -

                Tachinid Fly - Cylindromyia intermedia
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                Item #: Cylindromyia intermedia -

                  predator of the Stink Bug

                  Treehole Mosquito dead insect specimen, dead mosquito specimen, school insect collection, science Olympiad, bug collection
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                  Item #: Ochlerotatus triseriatus -

                    Mosquito Aedes canadensis
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                    Item #: Ochlerotatus canadensis -

                      Yellow-tipped Belvosia Fly
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                      Item #: Belvosia borealis -

                        About this specimenThe Yellow-tipped Belvosia Fly, scientifically known as Belvosia borealis, belongs to the bristle fly family Tachinidae. This robust fly is approximately 3/4 inch (20 mm) long and is characterized by a black thorax, legs, and wings. A notable feature of this fly is its orange-tipped tarsi (the final segment of a limb in arthropods, such as insects). The fourth and fifth segments of its abdomen are gold-colored, separated by bands of black bristles. This coloration gives the...