What Does a Horse Fly Look like?

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A horse fly is usually about 14 to 19mm long and it has clear wings with a greyish-brown thorax. It can be found in various parts of the world and there are more than 40 species. A horse fly is commonly found on the edges of woodlands and along the coastal region.
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Horse Fly
Kingdom: Animalia Phylum: Arthropoda Class: Insecta Order: Diptera Family: Tabanidae Genus: Tabanus Species: Tabanus atratus
Adults of this species reach 20-25 mm in length. The flies can be entirely black, including the wings, or dark brown to blackish purple. Tabanus atratus have large compound eyes, which are dichoptic (separated) in females, and holoptic... More »
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Every horse looks different. They all have tails, a mane, and four hooves. Horses come in alot of many different shapes, sizes, and colors. They all have a long face with pointy ears
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