Muscinae

Belongs within: Azeliinae.Contains: Neomyia, Morellia, Mesembrina, Musca. The Muscinae are a group of house flies with a plumose arista, the plumes being more dense (sometimes exclusively) on the upper side (Fan 1992). The lower calypter is broad and posteriorly subtruncate, and the inner corner extends slightly under the scutellum at rest. The stable flies of the… Continue reading Muscinae

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Coenosiinae

Belongs within: Muscidae.Contains: Lispini, Limnophora, Coenosiini. The Coenosiinae are a group of muscid flies with carnivorous larvae adapted for aquatic habitats. Members include the cosmopolitan genus Spilogona, characterised by the basisternum of the prosternum and the posterior surface of the hind coxa being bare, and the antenna being shortly pubescent with the hairs no longer… Continue reading Coenosiinae

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