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pupal remains - Archytas apicifer

pupal remains - Archytas apicifer
San Leandro, Alameda County, California, USA
March 14, 2006
After the fly emerged, this is what was left. A roundish pupal case in the left bottom of this photo was inside the larger pupal case from the previous photo. In this photo the larger pupal case is broken to bits.

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pupa - Archytas apicifer pupal remains - Archytas apicifer fly - Archytas apicifer fly - Archytas apicifer - female fly - Archytas apicifer - female fly - Archytas apicifer fly - Archytas apicifer - female

that looks cool. did the fly
that looks cool. did the fly spread it around like that?

 
no...
I think I had the pupa on some dirt, so I was the one who removed it after the fly emerged and spread the pupal remains out on a piece of paper to photograph.

Moved
Moved from Archytas.

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