Diopsoidea diopsidae: Skelly

Stalk-eyed flies are a family of insects distinguished from most other flies by the possession of elongated eyestalks–projections from the sides of the head with the eyes at the end. These flies can see a region of space extending over more than a hemisphere (>180 degrees) in all directions. Skelly will be on display and for sale at the Oliver Center for the Arts July 28 – September 8, 2017 as part of an exhibition, “Bugs, Birds and Beasts.” ColdRead more