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D. melanogaster is typically used in research because it can be readily reared in the laboratory, has only four pairs of chromosomes, breeds quickly
Wild type Fruit Fly (Drosophila melanogaster) in filght in a lab culture.
FRUIT-FLY (Drosophila melanogaster) in flight having just taken-off from strawberry. A 3mm fruitfly is caught at 1/60,000 sec as it flies over a straw
Drosophila Melanogaster - Fruit Fly in orange in nature
Tiny fruit fly (about 2.5mm in length) Drosophila melanogaster
vinegar fly, fruit fly (Drosophila melanogaster), on a fruit in the kitchen, Germany
close-up, macro view of an insect - common fruit fly - on a green leaf a in a garden in Sri Lanka
The fruit fly, often called a gnat, in the family Drosophilidae
Thought to have originated in Africa, the Common Fruit Fly or Vinegar Fly now has a worldwide distribution.
macro photo of fruit flies (Drosophila Melanogaster) in top of lily flower. macro bug and insect world.
Fruit flies have discovered a fest in this discarded watermelon lying on the lawn
fruit fly on fungi in macro