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Especie: Stomorhina lunata (Fabricius, 1805)
This is a very common fly on the flowers, with their eyes adorned by horizontal bands in the style of horseflies, but it belongs to the family Calliphoridae. Males and females (in the photograph is a female) showing strong sexual dimorphism.
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This might be a common fly, but a very good looking one. The detail as well as the focus is really clear. The texture on the body is very sharp and obvious. The yellow of the flower is such a warm and sunny colour. I like the fine pollen on the fly as well as on the flower. Very good presentation. Thanks for sharing.
Hi Javier, wonderful macro, great composition with splendid colors, good details and excellent sharpness, very well done, ciao Silvio
pleasant atmosphere in this very close distance macro photography that is looking naturally well lighted in spite of flash, and is also showing well focussed details and a pleasant softness around - in spite of the very small aperture used. Thank you!
With best regards,