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Genus Lucilia = Phaenicia ?
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Posted on 26-12-2007 19:29
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Question is Genus Lucilia become Phaenicia , that mean now we have to use Phaenicia sericata instead of Lucilia sericata. If yes, I need reference indicate that Please.

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Posted on 26-12-2007 19:34
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easy. Phaenicia was changed to Lucilia. Smile
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Posted on 26-12-2007 20:22
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her in the key use Phaenicia BUT the Character fit on our Lucilia as Rognes 1991, 2002 say.

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Posted on 26-12-2007 20:52
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I think I have a Spanish article concerning this issue. Maybe I did a confusion on the genus! I will be back with this. Cool
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Posted on 08-01-2008 12:25

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old world dipterists refer to the group as lucillia
new world dipterists refer to the group as the other, it just pays to know that both exists and go by the conventions of your countries checklist
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