A fruit fly larva that looks like a banana is actually a tiny fly larval.
This is the first time a fruit fly has been found to be the larva of a fly larvae.
The fly larvae is a species of fly, a member of the family Trichoptera.
The larvae have two eyes, two antennae, and a pair of legs on its abdomen.
This insect is the larval stage of the fly larvae and it is one of the most common larval species found in fruit flies.
The larva is usually found in the fruit fly’s digestive tract, but this insect has been observed laying eggs in other parts of the fruit flies body.
The eggs hatch within a week, and hatchlings usually emerge within a month.
However, when they do emerge, they can be quite large.
These larvae are capable of swallowing the flesh of fruit flies, which they use as an energy source.
The insect also has a pair to three tentacles that it uses to pull fruit flies into its mouth.
They can also feed on the larvae, which feed off the fruit and provide a source of nutrients for the larvae.
If you’re concerned about a fly larvae feeding off your fruit flies then the first thing you should do is check with your doctor to make sure they have a normal digestive system.
If they don’t then you might need to get them checked out by a specialist.