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It looks like this fly has acquired some gold jewellery. It's called a noon fly (Mesembrina meridiana); it lays eggs in cow dung, the larvae feed on other fly larvae within the dung. Gold doesn't necessarily stand for kindness and good taste, it seems.

Olympus Stylus 1s, 200mm, ISO200, f4, 1/200s

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