Posted on July 23, 2015
By Michael Griffiths
Lightly fried in a very hot frying pan, they are very nutritious and full of protein, vitamins and minerals.
Try them as a side with your bacon and eggs, and there are a lot of flesh flies about at the moment.
Let me know if you like them.
Category: Insects, Invertebrates, Wilden Marsh Nature Reserve, Wildlife Photography Tags: Canon 500D DSLR camera., Canon EFS 60 mm f2.8 macro lens, Flesh-fly, Insects, Kidderminster, Macro photography, nature, Nature Photography., Photography, Stourport on Severn, Wilden Marsh, Wilden Marsh Nature Reserve, wildlife photography, Worcestershire Wildlife Trust
Do you mind if I pass on this one?
I’ll take your word for it.
I’ve swallowed a couple whilst cycling fast with my mouth open :O
Were you travelling too fast to get a flavour?
Sadly yes, it shot straight down, bypassing my taste buds!
You might have missed a treat.
Indeed, all of those spiders can’t be wrong.
It would take a large spider to overcome a flesh fly.
These big spiders might make a better meal. I think we might be starting to wig ppl out now 😉
I reckon if you swallowed a flesh fly, you would be off your bike and sliding down the road. You probably swallowed something smaller.
Hahaha! No doubt 🙂
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