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Lucilia caesar ?
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Posted on 03-08-2019 21:42

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I observed this Lucilia on the 29th of July in the north of France. I think of Lucilia caesar, what do you think ?

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Posted on 03-08-2019 21:51
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most likely caesar but we cannot be certain without genitalia.
Lucilia cf caesar
John and Nini. Naturalists not experts.
currently injured. healing from surgery.
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Posted on 03-08-2019 21:55

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Thanks for your help
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