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May 2012 - Tachinid Fly
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Tachinid Fly, Pararchytas decisus
Tachinid Fly, Pararchytas decisus

Tachinid Flies belong to one of the largest families of the insect order Diptera. Many resemble the common housefly. They have only two wings and antennae which has three segments. The larvae of Tachinid feed on hosts such as caterpillars. Adults feed on flowers and nectar.

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