Thread subject: Diptera.info :: Synanthropic flies: HELP!
Posted by Kahis on 12-12-2007 18:26
"don't want to miss any" is a tall order. There are quite a few, depending on how you define synanthropic :) Some species are synanthropes is part of their distribution range, which makes the question even more complicated. Others, like the sepsid Themira putris, are equally at home in made-made piles of refuse and in rotting heaps of seaweed.
Heleomyzidae is a family which should probably be on your list.