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female laying eggs on the ground in BsAs
Diego Rosa
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Posted on 06-12-2019 15:44

Location: Beccar, Buenos Aires, Argentina
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Hi everyone, I found this fly yesterday at RiberaNorte natural reserve in Buenos Aires, Argentina. It's a female, laying eggs on the earth. I'd like to reach at least the genre level of Id.

Hope you can help me with this ID.


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