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Muscina, near M. pascuorum
Tony T
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Posted on 01-10-2011 00:38
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EDIT: title was "Muscid (?) for ID".
Thanks to Stephane for tentative ID.
Several of these in my banana-bait trap the last week of September.
I don't recall seeing them before.
Southern New Brunswick, Canada.
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Muscina, near M. pascuorum (I have no keys from your area).
Stephane.
 
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Thanks Stephane, nice to know the correct genus. We do have pascuorum in eastern Canada but I also have no keys.
 
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Tony,

Try this publication on California Muscidae: http://essig.berkeley.edu/documents/cis/cis18.pdf

It has a key to seven species, and only seven are cited in Manual of Nearctic Diptera, so it should work. Wink
 
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