The larva of the human botfly (though not the one Florida doctors found under a newlywed’s skin) in the third and final stage of development that it takes inside a mammal’s body, according to University of Florida entomologists.
The larva of the human botfly (though not the one Florida doctors found under a newlywed’s skin) in the third and final stage of development that it takes inside a mammal’s body, according to University of Florida entomologists. Lyle J. Buss University of Florida
The larva of the human botfly (though not the one Florida doctors found under a newlywed’s skin) in the third and final stage of development that it takes inside a mammal’s body, according to University of Florida entomologists. Lyle J. Buss University of Florida

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October 30, 2018 04:07 PM