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Fall Fund Drive


Sand Springs, Osage County, Oklahoma, USA
April 15, 2008
Size: 4.76mm (3/16")
Also hanging on in the wind.
Please help with ID.

Moved from Flies.

Just curious but....
what relevance is there to fungus growing on flies and why is there a special BugGuide page dedicated to it ?

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