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Flesh Fly



1/4-1/2" (6-14 mm). Ash gray (looks dusty). Thorax often has 3 stripes. Abdomen gray on top with black patterns & a reddish-brown tip, underside of abdomen is black. Compound eyes facing forward. Clear wings with brown veins.


Wherever garbage, carcasses or excrement are exposed to daylight.


spotted at the house, out back where the dogs go.

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Rindge, New Hampshire

Spotted on Jun 9, 2011
Submitted on Jun 11, 2011

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