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Hope #1: Is this a flesh fly (Sarcophaga sp.)? - Sarcophaga

Hope #1: Is this a flesh fly (Sarcophaga sp.)? - Sarcophaga
Irvine Park, Orange, Orange County, California, USA
May 2, 2006

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Hope #1: Is this a flesh fly (Sarcophaga sp.)? - Sarcophaga Hope #1: Is this a flesh fly (Sarcophaga sp.)? - Sarcophaga Hope #1: Is this a flesh fly (Sarcophaga sp.)? - Sarcophaga

Moved
Moved from Flies.

Yes
Note the robust, almost spider-like, legs of this specimen, especially visible on frontview picture (left). Hardly any other calyptrate flies have such legs.

 
"spider-like", another point that will stick in my mind.
Thanks, Richard.

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