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Like flies to a Stinkhorn......
Hurlzzz
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Posted on 04-09-2023 14:45
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I came a cross a Stinkhorn (Phallus impudicus) fungus in the Woods yesterday (foothills of the Dublin Mountains, Ireland).

As is typical it had attracted several species of flies which had eaten away the black slimey cap revealing the "honey comb" surface.

Can anyone help identify them?
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Ready for my close up
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Reverse angle
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It seems to have an aphrodisiac effect for some species
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Dryomyza anilis
 
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and Phaonia subventa, and Phaonia sp.
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Thank you @tristram and Nikita.
 
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