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Crane fly. Scanning electron micrograph (SEM) of the head of a crane fly (Tipula sp.). The antennae and one of the compound eyes (grey) can be seen. The segmented finger-like palps, lower left, are sensory appendages. Crane flies are found worldwide, and their larvae, known as leatherjackets, are agricultural pests.
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