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Parasitic Fly Pupae

Parasitic Fly Pupae
Kennebunk, York County, Maine, USA
June 24, 2011
Size: 6 mm each
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Moved
Moved from Tachinidae.

Moved
Moved from Flies.

Puparia
I hope that you keep them covered. The adult flies should emerge in a few days, then they can be IDed. Sometimes a hyperparasite emerges instead and that makes it even more interesting.

 
I have them in a container
I'll wait patiently for the adult flies!

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