Habitat of S. carnaria

This species was originally found in temperate climates such as the Paleartic ecozone (Iberian peninsula, Arabian peninsula, and Japan) but is now established in the Neartic ecozone, which includes most of North America, and Greenland. S. carnaria is mostly located in the European continent (Diaz and Kaufmen, 2013).

Sarcophaga is a species of fly that is well adapted to the planet we live on. It feeds on the decaying and rotting flesh of animals. Since practical all over the world animals are dying and decomposing, this type of fly is well suited to live any where in the world.

But more specificly S. carnaria is well adapted to the European continent.

To see more about geographic location of S. carnaria go here.

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