Freeloading flies

07 June 2010 13:30 - 06 June 2010 23:00

Location: Natural History Museum, Cromwell Road, London, SW7 5BD, UK.

Event description

There are over 150,000 species of flies on Earth and scientists are among those trying to work out how they are all related.

Meet Irina Brake from the Entomology Department at the Natural History Museum. She studies the Milichiidae group of flies, which are best known for their brave habit of stealing food from other larger invertebrates such as spiders and mantids. Come along to find out more about these very cunning flies.

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Event organiser: Natural History Museum

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