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Dipterans with Nonbiting Mouthparts

By

Charles M. Hendrix

, DVM, PhD, Department of Pathobiology, College of Veterinary Medicine, Auburn University

Last full review/revision Aug 2013 | Content last modified Aug 2013

Nonbiting dipterans include face flies, head flies, filth-breeding flies, and eye gnats.

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