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FredHJune 19th, 2011, 11:43 pm
Lake Charles , Louisiana

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Most of you should recognize this species as it is common across North America .Unlike some of it's brethren this Coredidae is not aposematic but does posess chemical protection from abdominal glands.Tied on a # 6 hook and measuring nearly an inch long this fly should land on the surface with a nice "splat".
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