Species similar to or like Musca vetustissima

Species of fly found in Australia. Wikipedia

  • Species of fly in the genus Musca. It and Musca vitripennis are the only two species of Musca native to the Palearctic realm, according to Willi Hennig. Wikipedia

  • Species of fly in the genus Musca. One of only two species of Musca native to the Palearctic realm, the other being Musca osiris. Wikipedia

  • Musca sorbens

    Close relative of, and very similar in appearance to, the housefly . Found in tropical and subtropical Africa, Asia and the Pacific Ocean region. Wikipedia

  • Widespread Old World species of fly, known from the dry areas of the Afrotropical realm, North Africa and the Middle East, Central Asia, India and Sri Lanka. Sun-loving species, and adults have been found clustering around domestic animals to feed on sweat and other secretions and on their feces. Wikipedia

  • Musca autumnalis

    Pest of cattle and horses. Similar to the closely related housefly but is slightly larger, averaging about 7 – 8 mm long and grey in colour with four dark stripes on the thorax, with a grey-black patterned abdomen. Wikipedia

  • Eudasyphora cyanella

    Species of fly. Common species in England and Wales and is most commonly found in April and May. Wikipedia

  • Neomyia viridescens

    Species of fly which is distributed across many parts the Palaearctic.  Wikipedia

  • Eudasyphora cyanicolor

    Species of fly which is distributed across many parts the Palaearctic.  Wikipedia

  • Neomyia cornicina

    Common species of fly which is distributed across many parts the Palaearctic. It has been introduced in the Nearctic. Wikipedia

  • Morellia simplex

    Fly from the family Muscidae. Found in the Palearctic. Wikipedia

  • Genus from the fly family Muscidae. P. rapax (Harris, 1780) Wikipedia

  • Eudasyphora

    Large genus from the fly family Muscidae. E. canadiana Cuny, 1980 Wikipedia

  • Morellia aenescens

    Fly from the family Muscidae.  Wikipedia

  • Morellia podagrica

    Fly from the family Muscidae.  Wikipedia

  • Morellia

    Very large genus from the fly family Muscidae. Morellia are plumpish black flies, largely lacking eye hairs - sparse at most. Wikipedia

  • Neomyia

    Genus from the fly family Muscidae. N. cornicina (Fabricius, 1781) Wikipedia

  • Genus from the fly family Muscidae. D. albofasciata (Macquart, 1839) Wikipedia

  • Polietes

    Genus from the fly family Muscidae. P. domitor (Harris, 1780) Wikipedia

  • Stable fly

    Commonly called the stable fly, barn fly, biting house fly, dog fly, or power mower fly. Unlike most members of the family Muscidae, Stomoxys calcitrans ('sharp mouth' + 'kicking') and others of its genus suck blood from mammals. Wikipedia

  • Species of fly in the genus Brachygasterina of the subfamily Muscinae, described in 2012 by Soares and De Carvalho. Named after the Muisca, who inhabited the central highlands of present-day Colombia where the fly has been found. Wikipedia

  • Housefly

    Fly of the suborder Cyclorrhapha. Believed to have evolved in the Cenozoic Era, possibly in the Middle East, and has spread all over the world as a commensal of humans. Wikipedia

  • Haematobosca stimulans

    Fly from the family Muscidae. Ectoparasite which feeds on the blood of mammals. Wikipedia

  • Haematobia irritans

    Small fly . First described by Carl Linnaeus in his 1758 10th edition of Systema Naturae. Wikipedia

  • Fly of the family Muscidae. Vastly present in Australia, inhabiting Western Australia, Northern Territory, Queensland and New South Wales. Wikipedia

  • Scaptia beyonceae

    Species of horse fly found in the Atherton Tablelands in north-east Queensland, Australia. Named after American recording artist and actress Beyoncé. Wikipedia

  • Phaonia pallida

    Species of fly in the family Muscidae. Distributed across parts the Palearctic realm – Europe , Russia, and Asia (Israel, Turkey, and Iran). Wikipedia

  • Mesembrina meridiana

    Species of fly in the family Muscidae. Widespread in most of Europe, in the Near East, in the eastern Palearctic realm , and in North Africa. Wikipedia

  • Species of fly. Found in palaearctic Europe, it lives in deciduous woodlands of temperate regions. Wikipedia

  • Phaonia valida

    Species of fly. Type species of the genus Phaonia. Wikipedia

  • Graphomya maculata

    Species of fly. Widespread and common in most parts of Europe and also occurs in North Africa including the Canary Islands. Wikipedia

Sentences

Sentences forMusca vetustissima

  • Dung beetles (Scarabidae) have been successfully used to reduce the populations of pestilent flies, such as Musca vetustissima and Haematobia exigua which are serious pests of cattle in Australia.Beetle-Wikipedia
  • The Australian bush fly, Musca vetustissima, is a major nuisance pest in Australia, but native decomposers found in Australia are not adapted to feeding on cow dung, which is where bush flies breed.Biological pest control-Wikipedia
  • In October that year the virus escaped prematurely from the island to the mainland, believed to have been carried by bushflies on the afternoon sea-breezes, and spread rapidly through the country.Wardang Island-Wikipedia

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