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Musca domestica feeding
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Posted on 28-05-2005 15:23

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Could anyone post a really clear photo of the above species feeding, showing it regurgitating. I'm afraid that I do not possess the requisite photographic equipment to do this.

Incidentally, further to my previous query, I have managed to find about 80 pathogens, parasites etc both human and animal, which are carried by the common housefly.
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Posted on 15-09-2009 21:04

Location: Valencia (spain)
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perhaps many of them come from ours
About 150 bacteria species just in one hand; the article says too that women have more "biodiversity" than men, but there´s no explanation about it !
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