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Creepy Dead Fly #1

Creepy Dead Fly #1
Bell Knob Lookout Tower Trail, Dolly Sods Wilderness, Monongehela National Forest, Tucker County, West Virginia, USA
September 5, 2010
We saw bunches of these creepy dead flies in lifelike poses with fungus on them. Did the fungus kill them, or come along after? I'm inclined toward the former.


Moved from Flies.

calliphorid, killed by fungus
you're right

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