(via Flyday Webcomic Day: 8)
(via Day: 7)
A simple twist of fate !
I’m pretty sure this is a Flesh Fly. I like his zebra print body. Here is what this site had to say about this family:
Flesh Flies are members of the worldwide family Sarcophagidae. They are called Flesh Flies because the larvae (maggots) of some species eat flesh, either in open wounds or of corpses. Other members of this family are parasites of other insects. The adult Flesh Flies feed not on animal flesh, but on sweet fluids like flower nectar.
(via Day: 6)
The Spanish Fly
“Beauty is a short - lived tyranny” - Socrates
Day 173: DALEK ESKAROGOT
While we are on the subject of garden pests of which the Skaro Snail is particularly deadly, why not amble over to my new webcomic that by some amazing coincidence also features other invertebrate creatures.
Launched today and updated weekly on a Flyday.