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Office of War Information photo (1942) by Alfred T. Male hoverflies are easily recognized by the holoptic eyes, touching at the top of the head. I was certain that it would be featured when I clicked on the image, but no such tag came up.This species is very common in Europe, where it has been used experimentally to control the population of aphids. The image is very informative and it displays the mouse skull in a clear and intuitive fashion.Though adults are vegetarian, feeding on pollen, larvae feed on aphids. Original - Traumatic insemination, seen here in the bedbug Cimex lectularius, is the insertion of sperm into the female by breaking through the carapace of the abdomen and injecting the sperm inside.Wikipedia ought to feature dozens of scenes from ancient Egypt. Although a little busy as a thumbnail, the larger version is captivating.
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