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story.lead_photo.caption A blue bottle fly sits on a pepper plant Friday in Texarkana, Ark. This type of fly is known as a blow fly. They are slightly larger than a house fly, and bottle flies can be seen in blue, gold, bronze and black/bluish colors. They all have a metallic sheen. Photo by Christy Busby Worsham / Texarkana Gazette.

A blue bottle fly sits on a pepper plant Friday in Texarkana, Ark. This type of fly is known as a blow fly. They are slightly larger than a house fly, and bottle flies can be seen in blue, gold, bronze and black/bluish colors. They all have a metallic sheen.

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