Tetanocera

      • OrderDipteratrue flies, including mosquitos
        • FamilySciomyzidae
            • SpeciesTetanocera amurensis
            • SpeciesTetanocera andromastos
            • SpeciesTetanocera annae
            • SpeciesTetanocera arnaudi
            • SpeciesTetanocera arrogans
            • SpeciesTetanocera bergi
            • SpeciesTetanocera brevisetosa
            • SpeciesTetanocera chosenica
            • SpeciesTetanocera clara
            • SpeciesTetanocera cornuta
            • SpeciesTetanocera discendens
            • SpeciesTetanocera elata
            • SpeciesTetanocera freyi
            • SpeciesTetanocera fuscinervis
            • SpeciesTetanocera gracilior
            • SpeciesTetanocera hyalipennis
            • SpeciesTetanocera ignota
            • SpeciesTetanocera iowensis
            • SpeciesTetanocera kerteszi
            • SpeciesTetanocera lacera
            • SpeciesTetanocera lapponica
            • SpeciesTetanocera latifibula
            • SpeciesTetanocera loewi
            • SpeciesTetanocera melanostigma
            • SpeciesTetanocera mesopora
            • SpeciesTetanocera montana
            • SpeciesTetanocera nigricosta
            • SpeciesTetanocera nigrostriata
            • SpeciesTetanocera obtusifibula
            • SpeciesTetanocera ornatifrons
            • SpeciesTetanocera oxia
            • SpeciesTetanocera phyllophora
            • SpeciesTetanocera plebeja
            • SpeciesTetanocera plumosa
            • SpeciesTetanocera punctifrons
            • SpeciesTetanocera robusta
            • SpeciesTetanocera rotundicornis
            • SpeciesTetanocera silvatica
            • SpeciesTetanocera soror
            • SpeciesTetanocera spirifera
            • SpeciesTetanocera spreta
            • SpeciesTetanocera stricklandi
            • SpeciesTetanocera valida
            • SpeciesTetanocera vicina
 
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