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Fungal infection ?
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Posted on 01-04-2007 00:23
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is there a name for the sorry state this Dance fly is in? May 2005, Richmond, SW London.
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for a recent thread.
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Empis tessellata, another frequent victim.

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thanks, good article on the subject by a D.W Watson at Cornell.
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