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Scientific Names

Accepted Names

Conopidae
Recognized by EOL Dynamic Hierarchy Reference taxon: Conopidae according to EOL Dynamic Hierarchy Trunk
Conopidae
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Common Names

Arabic

ذباب سميك الرأس

Bokmål, Norwegian; Norwegian Bokmål

Vepsefluer

Catalan; Valencian

conòpids

English

thick-headed flies preferred
thick-headed fly
Recognized by Paleobiology Database
Thick-headed Flies
Recognized by Wikidata

German

Blasenkopffliegen

Japanese

メバエ科

Navajo; Navaho

Tséʼédǫ́ʼii bitsiiʼ ntsaaígíí

Persian

مگس‌های سردرشت

Russian

Большеголовки

Swedish

Stekelflugor

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