Bush Fly

Shelley Warbrooke

Brisbane, Australia

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Bush Flies – Family Muscidae

Bush Flies develop as maggots in animal dung. Adults have two stripes on their back. The Common House Fly Musca domestica is also in this family. Unfortunately I only found this guy on my bathroom wall so I didn’t have a very interesting background. He also flew away before I could get any more shots!

ISO: 100
Aperture: f/8
Shutter speed: 1/50

Copyright © Shelley Warbrooke. All rights reserved. My images are not public property and are not to be copied, distributed, altered or displayed without strict written permission from the artist.

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