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Oestridae? - Gasterophilus intestinalis (horse bot fly)
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Gasterophilus intestinalis, I think ... What a wonderful fly to have in your garden!
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Yes ideed! Thank you very much Tony!

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Knut Rognes agrees that it is Gasterophilus intestinalis.

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