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From egg to adult: Eustalomyia hilaris
Rui Andrade
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I've also reared Eustalomyia hilarisSmile. After collecting a female she laid some eggs in the vial. They were also fed with dead flies. Below you can see some photos of the life cycle:
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awesome work of patience!! and very useful data!
 
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Great!
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Indeed great work!

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