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Birth Fannia canicularis from swallow droppings
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Posted on 10-09-2010 19:08
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Again reared another Familie from swallow droppings....Fannia canicularis!
This morning there where 3 species already (2 females + 1 male)...and one still in the pupae.
This one i hope to see coming out.....and with result!, but what was it quick, when the head was coming out, the body followed in 1 second (did not get it right on photo....to quick)

Again ...a nice experience!

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The pupae
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Coming out
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Result....a male
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The female ....
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Congratulations on the rearing and the great pics!

I have tried to photograph flies emerging from pupae, but no luck yet Smile
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Well done, Joke.
 
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