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Photo#807621
parasitized fly

parasitized fly
Pinellas County, Florida, USA
July 15, 2013
Size: .25 inch
I'm curious who killed this fly. There were about a dozen of them in this exact condition on the leaves of a single small tree. Are they victims of a parasitic wasp? Thanks.

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Agreed--this is a fungus victim.

Might also be a fungus victim...


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