Crane fly is a common name referring to any member of the insect family
Tipulidae, of the order Diptera, true flies in the superfamily Tipuloidea.
Aug 17, 2015 ... By Leslie Mertz. That inch-long, gangly-legged insect that sneaks into your house
and bounces around the walls and ceiling is a crane fly, and ...
FIGURE 1. Got Texas-sized mosquitoes? Although they look similar to
mosquitoes, crane flies are much larger and do not bite. FIGURE 2. Each wing is
The largest crane flies are sometimes called "daddy-long-legs", "gully nippers", or
"mosquito hawks". However, they do not bite people and they do not eat ...
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May 7, 2014 ... Beneficial bug that eats my aphids along wth lady bugs Crane fly From Wikipedia
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Apr 21, 2010 ... This insect is a crane fly (Order: Diptera, Family: Tipulidae). That means it is NOT
a mosquito (Order: Diptera, Family: Culicidae)! Crane flies are ...
There are more than 1,500 species of crane flies in North America which belong
to the insect family tipulidae. Crane flies are outdoors insects that are most often ...
Oct 30, 2007 ... Okay so we usually call these guys “mosquito eaters”. It is actually a crane fly or
scientific name: Tipula paludosa.
Crane Fly: Insect field guide to the most commonly found insects and non-insects
in North America.
Cranefly - The Cranefly is not a mosquito, but it unfortunately resembles one of
humanity's most annoying insects and pays the price.