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Diptera from Puerto Maldonado (Perú) -> Sarcophaga sp.
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Posted on 08-02-2017 14:55

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Maybe a tachinid?

Jungle. 3/11/16

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Sarcophaga male.
Tony Irwin
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Sarcophagidae was my other thought.

Thanks Tony.
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