Tag Archives: Diptera

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Bristle Fly?

The flies in the Family Tachinidae could very well take the common name of ‘Bristle Fly’, due to the many stiff hairs that cover the abdomen of many species. My dismal April Fool’s post was indeed a Tachinid […]

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The Week on Sunday 16

On with the show, the first Week on Sunday for 2013: ♦ Bugs for bones at the Smithsonian Museum: “It smells like something died in here.” ♦ Ed Yong is at it again. Just when he ups and […]

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Hoverfly

(Extracted from my blog, Voyages Around My Camera) I was in the back garden trying to make the most of photo opportunities provided by the swath of flowering anemones when I came across this specimen. […]

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