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a larva coming out from as a fly
mwkozlowski
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Posted on 10-08-2008 23:56
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I do not mean the spider nor the fly, look at the larva at the bottom. Crab spider catch only fresh, moving flies so it is not a saprophagouds larva, maybe a parasite living the host like rats leaving a ship that is sinking?
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I'm not aware of any cylclorrhaphous larvae that parasitise adult calypterates, so my guess is that the calliphorid prey had some "ready-to-lay" maggots which have deserted the sinking mother-ship. Sad Whatever is happening, it's an interesting photo!
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Tony Irwin wrote:
"ready-to-lay" maggots which have deserted the sinking mother-ship. Sad Whatever is happening, it's an interesting photo!


too big to be a newborn!
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