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Figure 2: (a) Dermatoscopic image of third instar larva of Phormia regina showing dorsal tracheal trunk in posterior segment (between solid arrowheads), multiple tiny spines on the body surface (green circles), and mouth parts (orange circle), (×10). (b) Light microscopy of third instar larva of Phormia regina showing caudal respiratory apparatus and posterior spiracle (red circle) and multiple tiny spines on the body surface (green circles). Incomplete peritreme (blue arc) and prominent slit in each of the three spiracles (black arrows) can be appreciated, (×40)

Figure 2: (a) Dermatoscopic image of third instar larva of <i>Phormia regina</i> showing dorsal tracheal trunk in posterior segment (between solid arrowheads), multiple tiny spines on the body surface (green circles), and mouth parts (orange circle), (×10). (b) Light microscopy of third instar larva of <i>Phormia regina</i> showing caudal respiratory apparatus and posterior spiracle (red circle) and multiple tiny spines on the body surface (green circles). Incomplete peritreme (blue arc) and prominent slit in each of the three spiracles (black arrows) can be appreciated, (×40)