Lesser Dung Fly

Lesser Dung Fly

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Credit: HEATH MCDONALD/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY

Caption: A small fly (Sepsis fulgans) sometimes called the lesser dung fly resting on the tip of a grass blade. These flies have the appearance of an ant and are a similar size, they are generally considered to be scavengers and play an important part in cleaning up in nature. Photographed in Somerset UK in July.

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