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Tarsus The tarsus is made of several segments. It represents the lower part of the leg. (c) Oliver Kim
Femur The femur is the thickest part of the leg of the fly. (c) Oliver Kim
Tibia The tibia can be found between the tarsus and the femur. (c) Oliver Kim
Trochanter The trochanter is a small segment which can be found between the coxa and the femur. (c) Oliver Kim
Coxa The coxa connects the leg to the body of the fly. (c) Oliver Kim
Like other insects, the legs of a house fly is jointed and attach to the thorax of the insect. The outer most segment of the leg (the tarsi) contains sensory hair, which are used for picking up the scent of food.
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