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|A strange-looking insect, the male of which has a scorpion-like, upturned abdomen. Flight weak and at rest holds wings flat. Head has beak-like downward projection used in feeding; scavenges dead animals, including contents of spiders' webs, and ripe fruit. Seen May-July in hedgerows and among brambles.|
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- [2007-01-02 13:25]
Really strange and beautiful insect that I never say before. Perfect details and pov.
TFS, Josť M.
- [2007-01-02 13:43]
This is great, I took a picture of one of these in the summer but didn't post it because I couldn't find out what it was. I love the composition, perfect DOF, great POV and really sharp
- [2007-01-02 14:00]
Excellent capture of the Scorpion fly, razor sharp and natural colours in this very nice composition.
TFS and regards, Ulla
- [2007-01-02 19:48]
Excelente Ton, nitidez, detalles, y pov...buen disparo... saludos
- [2007-01-03 9:23]
Beautiful shot, with sharply detailed patterns on the wings and very nice compo.
- [2007-01-03 11:54]
Nice sharp detail great background good light and contrast interesting insect rgds Necip P.T.