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very strange Empis => E. tesselata affected by a fungus (Entomophthora muscae)
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What has happened to this Empis?
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Affected by a fungus probably Entomophthora muscae awkward

Edited by Roger Thomason on 14-07-2017 16:54
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Thanks Roger

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Empis tessellata, known as victim
Edited by Paul Beuk on 14-07-2017 21:56

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