Mating Season Has Arrived: Flesh Flies Mating

Flesh flies or genus Sarcophaga in the Diptera family are a species of flesh-eating flies. Generally, flesh flies are larger than green bottle flies, or about the same size as horse flies.

It has been raining a lot lately, and maybe that was the mating season for them. Unfortunately, when I saw this moment, I forgot to bring my phone's macro lens. So, I just shot it with close-up focus. But I think you can clearly see how they make love, right?

IMG_20201010_113304.jpg

IMG_20201010_113335.jpg

IMG_20201010_113252.jpg

IMG_20201010_113026.jpg

IMG_20201010_113230.jpg

CameraXiaomi Redmi Note 8 Pro
CategoryAnimal Photography
ProcessedAdobe Lightroom
LocationLhokseumawe, Aceh, Indonesia
--
Thank you for stopping by
@akukamaruzzaman
Sort:  

Awesome shots :)

@tipu curate

Upvoted 👌 (Mana: 120/150) Liquid rewards.

Hi, you should label this post as NSFW. ;-D

Hi akukamaruzzaman,

This post has been upvoted by the Curie community curation project and associated vote trail as exceptional content (human curated and reviewed). Have a great day :)

Visit curiehive.com or join the Curie Discord community to learn more.