Flesh-fly II

Flesh-fly

Flesh-fly

Flesh-fly

Flesh-fly

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Nikon D7200 with Sigma 105mm macro lens, ISO 100, 1/125sec at f/7.1, handheld.


Flesh-fly, rear garden, Staffordshire, England. May 2017.

7 thoughts on “Flesh-fly II

    1. Thank you, Marilyn 🙂 I believe they are called flesh-flies because the females can deposit live maggots on open wounds of animals.

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