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Muscinae

This page refers to the fly subfamily; Muscinae is also an obsolete scientific name for the mosses, modern Bryophyta.
Muscinae
Musca domestica housefly.jpg
Housefly, Musca domestica
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Muscinae

Latreille, 1802
Tribes

Within the taxonomy of biology, the subfamily Muscinae includes two of the more familiar genera within the Muscidae family; Musca and Stomoxys.

The bulk of the species are in the tribe Muscini.

From the 19th century, the term "Muscinae" is also an obsolete scientific name for the mosses (modern Bryophyta), once used in the taxonomy of Ernst Haeckel (circa 1899).

Identification

The tip of the scutellum is reddish, cell R5 is somewhat narrowed distally, and all coxae black.[1][2][3]

References

  1. ^ D'Assis Fonseca; E. C. M. (1968). Diptera Cyclorrhapha Calyptrata: Muscidae. Handbooks for the Identification of British Insects. 10. London.: Royal Entomological Society of London. pp. 118pp.
  2. ^ Gregor, F.; Rozkosny, R.; Bartak, M.; Vanhara, J. (2002). The Muscidae (Diptera) of Central Europe. Scientiarum Naturalium Universitatis Masarykianae Brunensis. 107. Masaryk.: Masaryk University. pp. 280pp.
  3. ^ De Carvalho, C. J. B.; M. S. Couri; A. C. Pont; D. Pamplona; S. M. Lopes (2005). "A Catalogue of the Muscidae (Diptera) of the Neotropical Region". Zootaxa (PDF/ Adobe Acrobat)|format= requires |url= (help). Auckland, New Zealand: Magnolia Press. 860: 282 pp. ISBN 1-877354-87-2.



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