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Bronze Bottle Fly
Bronze Bottle Fly (Lucilia cuprina: Calliphoridae) 4.5-10.0 mm (0.18-0.39 in) long. Photographed on Dill.
Habitat
Post Oak Savannah vegetation area, urban setting with planted herbs, wildflowers, and trees at 99 m (325.0 ft) elevation.
Location
Brazos County Arboretum, Bryan, Texas, USA
Date taken
June 2024
Scientific name
Lucilia cuprina
Equipment used
Canon
my goodness, those details are amazing, Stanley, and the flowers are wonderful from this angle, congratulations, many tfs!!
 
Excellent detail, colours and iridescence, Stanley.
 
Dang that's a fab closeup, Stanley! Really love the way the monochromatic yet interesting b/g plays off the sharp details of the fly. Also love the "top down" angle.
 

Media information

Category
Invertebrates
Added by
Stanley Jones
Date added
View count
166
Comment count
8

Image metadata

Device
Canon Canon EOS R5
Aperture
ƒ/5.6
Focal length
100.0 mm
Exposure time
1/800 second(s)
ISO
500
Filename
Bronze Bottle Fly, BCA, Bryan, Brazos County.jpg
File size
3.9 MB
Date taken
Mon, 03 June 2024 12:47 PM
Dimensions
1920px x 1140px

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