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Dipteran larva digestive tract, light microscopy footage

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Dipteran larva digestive tract, light microscopy footage. Diptera is an order of insects known as true flies. Their larvae, known as maggots, hatch from eggs and develop into the adult winged form. Many fly larvae are adapted to aquatic or watery environments.

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