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Chilean maggots eating dog cadaver (2 pics)
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Hi to all!

Can Calliphoridae be confirmed for these larvae, or maybe even a genus determined? Or Sarcophagidae? Size of the biggest (roughly estimated): 2cm

Found 9.12.2018 in Chile, above the city of Valparaíso, about 440m a.s.l. (Coordinates 33.0734644S, 71.6278122W)
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I would say Chrysomya species (Calliphoridae).
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Thanks Tony!
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