Flesh fly of the family Sarcophagidae are similar in appearance to the house fly but are characterized by blackish stripes on the gray thorax. The abdomen has a light and dark gray checkerboard pattern and is often red at the tip. Though some species may be smaller than houseflies, most flesh flies are about 10 to 13 mm long. These two flesh flies were so engrossed in what they’re doing that I was able take a clear close-up shot; they kept still for several minutes.
What amazes me most is how you notice every little thing that is going on around you.
thank you, joy. i’m just appreciating every bit of nature and sharing it to evryone who appreciate it too, like you. thanks!
brilliant! for you to have noticed and captured something like that is just unbelievable. ^^
thank you very much! and i thank God for my keen eye. 😉
extraordinary.. thank’s a lot 🙂
glad you think so, thanks… and thanks for the follow.