An unreliable memoir

The clue is NOT in the name

Yellow Dung Fly
Yellow Dung Fly, Scathophaga stercoraria. Nikon D5200 Tokina 100mm f22 1/250 ISO 200

We call them all dung flies, but only the larvae of only a few species of these flies feed on animal dung. The adults don’t, they eat insects and feed on flowers. I’m going to start calling them “Teddy Bear Flies”:

Yellow Dung Fly

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