Drosophila melanogaster larva
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|One of my oldies: Drosophila melanogaster (Diptera: Dew fly or Fruit fly, Taufliege, Drosophile). They are the ones around your fruit plate! This is not a natural setting (Uhhgh), the flies had to be narcotized to remain still in the glass dish. They are of about 2 mm length, so a maximal extension of the optics bellow was needed as well as lighting with two sidewise flashes. The slide was scanned and resized for TN. Enjoy!|
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