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Calliphora vicina is a species in the family Calliphoridae, the blow flies. The species is particularly important in the field of forensic entomology due to its consistent time of arrival and colonization of the body following death.
This picture is a macro photograph of the head of a C. vicina fly. The head is dominated by a pair of large compound eyes, each composed of several thousand light-receiving units known as ommatidia, arranged in a hexagonal pattern. The ommatidia are elongated and rod-shaped, and are oriented perpendicular to the surface of the eye; each has its own lens and photoreceptor cells. The brain combines the points of light from each of the ommatidia to form a mosaic image. Also visible in the picture are various bristles, pedipalps and mouthparts.
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The hotel was beautiful, fantastic location (one of the nicest, remote beaches of Panama). You can tell the hotel is well looked after, and nothing was too much trouble. One of the loveliest places I’ve stayed. Couldn’t fault anything about this hotel. The breakfast buffet was high quality and had a nice spread of fresh fruits, pancakes, salmon, fresh omelets, and cakes. I would say the hotel was filled with main couples and wasn’t a cheap stay, but it was definitely worth the money. We traveled around the small country on quad bikes which are available outside the hotel and explored the country. There were very few places compared to the hotel. The bus into Panama City town leaves right outside the hotel and takes you into the city, which is nice to visit. We were happy to stay in Casco Viejo, San Felipe as it was a much quieter atmosphere than the town. The private pool looks rather small in the photos but was a peaceful area for only half of the hotel’s guests. May was not peak time, so I imagine it gets instead packed in summer; however the hotel had a very relaxed vibe and can imagine that everyone who stays would get the best treatment!