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Chrysalis 2 - Compsilura concinnata

Chrysalis 2 - Compsilura concinnata
Pierce College, Puyallup, Pierce County, Washington, USA
March 5, 2011
Size: 8 mm
I guess this one is probably a fly? Found with another chrysalis inside this

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Chrysalis 2 - Compsilura concinnata Fly - Compsilura concinnata Fly - Compsilura concinnata Fly - Compsilura concinnata

Moved
Moved from Blondeliini.

 
Compsilura concinnata
Thanks John.

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Moved
Moved from ID Request.

Yup--
tachinid. I would assume that means the moth pupa isn't viable, although it seems to be intact from what I can see.

 
It looks intact to me too,
which I thought was pretty odd.

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