Flies

The presence of a single pair of patent, metathoracic flight wings distinguishes true flies from other insects with "fly" in their names. The Diptera comprise a large order, containing an estimated 240,000 species of mosquitoes, gnats, midges and others, although under half of these (about 120,000 species) have been described. It is one of the major insect orders both in terms of ecological and human (medical and economic) importance.

Robberfly Sucking the Insides Out of a Dragonfly Female Tabanus lineola. Striped Horsefly Male Tabanus lineola. Striped Horsefly Deer Fly. Chrysops Flavidus. Miramar, Fl. Flower Fly Bee Mimic. Miramar, Fl. Robber Fly with Prey Tachnid Fly Mydas clavatus Mydas fly Robber Fly Robber Fly
Long Legged Fly