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Help identifying bugs in Colorado front range

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So I found these guys all over my soil in my raised beds. I'll let the pictures do the talking. Very small about the size of a lard pin head. My though is that they might be soil mites? Beneficial or bad?
If it helps, the mulch/ top is well aged manure in a sheet mulch garden bed
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2 species, some type of fly? And the little mites
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Fly when it's upright
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