Terrible hairy fly again found in Africa

Photographs taken by experts of the International Centre of Insect Physiology and Ecology (Icipe) December 4, 2010, clearly shows a representative of the class of insects Mormotomiya Hirsuta, also known as the "terrible hairy fly." This week, December 8, from official sources, it was reported that a research team rediscovered the rarest and most unusual species fly in a cave in Kenya, the first specimen of which was found back in 1948.

Dr. Robert Copeland (Robert Copeland) and his colleague, Dr Ashley Kirk-Spriggs, (Ashley Kirk-Spriggs) specializing in the study of the order Diptera, found a fly named Mormotomyia

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