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Family? Calliphoridae: Chrysomya albiceps (a teneral specimen)
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Sardinia, Sassari, 29/03/2013. Habitat behind the dunes.
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Hi Pietro, this is Chrysomya albiceps (Calliphoridae), a teneral specimen (this is why it is not fully coloroured).
Stephane.
 
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Thanks Stephane,
now is clear, the chaetotaxy corresponds. Never observed non-metallic color!
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