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Calliphoridae from South Spain
Alvaro Perez
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Posted on 09-11-2020 12:40

Location: Cádiz (South Spain)
Posts: 72
Joined: 06.06.17

Lucilia sp?

Chrysomya albiceps I think

Thank you very much!

All specimens have been caught with permission. The flies are available to any specialist.
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