Mango fly infestation in dog

Maggot infestation in a dog
by nickednamed 3 years ago (Mon, Nov 21, 2011) in x Recycle Bin (SFW)
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  • WoodlandCritter | 3 years ago | +3
    Damn Nature! You scary!!!
  • nickednamed | 3 years ago | +2
    Cordylobia anthropophaga, the mango fly, is a species of blow-fly common in East and Central Africa. Female mango flies deposit 100-300 eggs in sandy soil often contaminated with animal feces. The hatched larvae can remain viable in the soil for 9%u201315 days until they need to find a host. If a larva finds a host, it will penetrate the skin and take 8%u201312 days until it reaches the prepupal stage. It will then leave the host, drop to the ground, bury itself, and pupate. It then becomes an adult fly able to reproduce and begin the cycle all over again. On the plus side, it makes a very satisfying pop when squeezed out.
    • g0g3tfuck3d | 3 years ago | +3
      201315 days!?!? that's over 500 years! them some thriving little bastards!
      • nickednamed | 3 years ago
        Plus to you for doing the math! It should read 9-15 days and then 8-12 days.
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