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bloodfed female exhibiting prediuresis

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#1 | Nikita Vikhrev on 15 August 2007 20:08:16
Finally, we have tse-tse fly! Grin
I was very tired to hear "Please, show me tse-tse!" Angry
#2 | Stephane Lebrun on 15 August 2007 21:27:07
Impressive picture of an impressive fly !
Congratulations.
#3 | tristanba on 16 August 2007 01:19:45
thought I recognised the pic - cracker!
#4 | jorgemotalmeida on 17 August 2007 22:10:25
we can really see all the blood in abdomen! That proboscis scares a little. Smile
#5 | crex on 18 August 2007 10:00:00
Where is this photo taken? Shock
#6 | raywilson on 30 August 2007 16:05:21
Sorry I should have mentioned it in the caption. Photo was taken on the arm of a friend at the Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine in England. The individuals in this photo and the other 2 photos are laboratory reared. There is a colony of about 6000 Tsetse flies at the LSTM that are used for research into the flies immunological reactions to Trypanosoma brucei infections.
#7 | jorgemotalmeida on 07 September 2007 22:48:56
Nikita I showed here before a tse-tse fly
http://www.diptera.info/forum/viewthread.php?forum_id=5&thread_id=4930&pid=21937#post_21937
Smile

I will upload the photo for gallery very soon.
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