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Sunrise: 06.17 am   Sunset: 08.01 One of the best-known species (Sarcophaga kelly) is a grasshopper parasite. The female deposits larvae, or maggots, on the underside of a grasshopper’s wings. The maggots burrow into, and feed on, its internal organs, and when fully developed they exit the grasshopper to enter the pupal stage in the soil. Other species deposit eggs in wasp or bee nests. Another Sarcophaga species develops in the pitcher… Read More

Sunrise: 04.47 am   Sunset: 09.30 pm

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