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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Crane_fly

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. Cylindrotominae ...

citybugs.tamu.edu/2016/03/15/crane-flies

Mar 15, 2016 ... Like all flies, crane flies have only two functional wings–though the remnants of the second set of wings, borne by most insects, are visible here ...

entomologytoday.org/2015/08/17/mosquito-hawk-skeeter-eater-giant-mosquito-no-no-and-no

Aug 17, 2015 ... That inch-long, gangly-legged insect that sneaks into your house and bounces around the walls and ceiling is a crane fly, and despite rumors to ...

www.domyownpestcontrol.com/crane-fly-identification-guide-a-621.html

Do you know what a crane fly looks like? Click here to find out.

www.sandiegouniontribune.com/news/health/sd-me-crane-flies-20170329-story.html

Mar 29, 2017 ... Though many people have taken to calling them “mosquito hawks” over the years , crane flies, which are showing up in large numbers this ...

www.latimes.com/local/lanow/la-me-ln-giant-crane-fly-invasion-antelope-valley-20170406-story.html

Apr 7, 2017 ... According to Mellor, weather conditions this year helped produce a bumper crop of crane flies. Sometimes called mosquito hawks, these pesky ...

www.saferbrand.com/advice/insect-library/garden-insects/all-about-crane-flies

European crane flies and leatherjacket larvae can be very destructive to your lawn and garden. Visit our site to learn about controlling this insect pest!

www.britannica.com/animal/crane-fly

Apr 27, 2017 ... Crane fly, also called daddy longlegs, any insect of the family Tipulidae (order Diptera). In English-speaking countries other than the United ...

www.insectidentification.org/insect-description.asp?identification=Cranefly

Cranefly - The Cranefly is not a mosquito, but it unfortunately resembles one of humanity's most annoying insects and pays the price.

www.mosquito.org/mistaken-identities

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 ...