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Bombus monticola

The bilberry bumblebee is pretty small and compact, with a broad head and a short tongue. Queens have an average length 16 mm 0.63 in, and a wingspan of 32 mm 1.3 V. the Respective lengths of the other castes 12 mm 0.47 in work and 14 mm 0.55 in ...

                                               

Brachypalpus oarus

                                               

Callicera erratica

                                               

Chaetopsis massyla

                                               

Chalcosyrphus anthreas

                                               

Chalcosyrphus libo

                                               

Chrysogaster antitheus

                                               

Chrysotoxum derivatum

                                               

Clusia lateralis

                                               

Coenosia antennata

                                               

Compsobata univitta

                                               

Comptosia insignis

                                               

Cordilura varipes

                                               

Crematogaster algirica

                                               

Criorhina bubulcus

                                               

Criorhina verbosa

                                               

Cryptomeigenia demylus

                                               

Cyrtopogon falto

                                               

Drosophila guttifera

Drosophila guttifera is a type of vinegar fly in the Drosophila quinaria group species. In 2015, the genome of Drosophila guttifera was sequenced in the laboratory of Sean B. Carroll to give an answer to the question, as there are different patte ...

                                               

Egle ciliata

                                               

Epalpus signifer

                                               

Eudioctria albius

                                               

Eutrichota lipsia

                                               

Exorista dydas

                                               

Graphomya eustolia

                                               

Gymnoclytia occidua

                                               

Gymnosoma par

                                               

Hadromyia aepalius

                                               

Helicobia rapax

                                               

Helina troene

                                               

Helophilus fasciatus

                                               

Heteropogon macerinus

                                               

Holopyga fastuosa

Holopyga fastuosa virideaurata Linsenmaier, 1951. Holopyga fastuosa effrenata Linsenmaier, 1959. Holopyga Fastuosa Lucas, 1849. Fastuosa Holopyga Generosa Forster 1853. Holopyga fastuosa proviridis Linsenmaier, 1959.

                                               

Hylemya alcathoe

                                               

Ischnomyia albicosta

                                               

Laphria sacrator

                                               

Laphria sadales

                                               

Leucophenga varia

                                               

Lucilia cluvia

                                               

Machimus antimachus

                                               

Machimus elegans

                                               

Machimus lecythus

                                               

Machimus paropus

                                               

Machimus sadyates

                                               

Machimus setibarbus

This species is widely distributed in Europe, North Africa, Tunisia and the middle East, Israel.

                                               

Metopolophium dirhodum

Metopolophium dirhodum, the rose-grass aphid or rose-grass aphid, is a type of SAP-sucking insects in the family aphididae are found worldwide. Its main host is the rose, and its secondary hosts are grasses, including cereals such as wheat, barle ...

                                               

Musca vetustissima

Musca vetustissima, commonly known as the Australian fly swatter, is a species of fly in Australia. This particular fly that gave rise to the expression "Aussie salute".

                                               

Myopa vicaria

                                               

Nemorilla pyste

                                               

Neoitamus cyanurus

It is Eastern Palaearctic species ecozone, with limited distribution in Europe, but it is also present in the middle East and Eastern ecozone.

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