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Pyrellia cadaverina?
Nikita Vikhrev
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Posted on 24-08-2006 16:43
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Moscow region, 2 aug, 6-7mm, on cow dang.
It seems to my that both fly of different colour is Pyrellia cadaverina?
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Why the hell Pyrellia?
Now I have Muscidae of Central Europe!
With no presutural ac and 4 postsut dc it is male and female of Neomyia viridescens (collected).
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metallic muscidae!!! Shock
I thought these flies were Calliphoridae, the wing venation seemed to me a Calliphoridae... Sad
Nikita, please explain to me why not a Calliphoridae. Thanks. Smile (the flies seems to be more harder than spiders).
 
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Hi Jorge.
The world is not as bad as it seems sometimesWink
The are only two Muscidae genus with such a sharply curved vein M - Musca and Neomyia.
To proove Neomyia one has formaly found no hypopleural setas.
Or by jizz, Neomyia looks and acts as shining Muscidae. + silverish parafascialia.
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