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Hint, zoom in/
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what do you see in this picture?
 
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Is that a bug sandwich?
 
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Zach Muller wrote:Is that a bug sandwich?


zoom in on the fly and you can see something else there.
this is bugs we're talk'n here.
 
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If I had to take a "technical guess" and describe it for a paper or colleagues...

"A Dipteran species with a possible entomophthora..."



 
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It looks like the back end of a fly???
 
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looks to be a host bug on the fly, but what kind? looks like a hairy aphid?
 
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Danielle Diver wrote:looks to be a host bug on the fly, but what kind? looks like a hairy aphid?


You seem to have noticed first what I was talking about,no its not an aphid, but I had to take this pick when I saw a ruckus start with a fly.
This is the thing Im talking about.
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Jumping spider :)
 
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Thanks Nicanor!

That's awsome...I love jumping spiders...the fuzz I took for "fungus" was the hair on the spiders legs...how funny!

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