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Photos of insects and people from the 2019 BugGuide Gathering in Louisiana, July 25-27

Discussion, insects and people from the 2018 gathering in Virginia, July 27-29

Photos of insects and people from the 2015 gathering in Wisconsin, July 10-12

Photos of insects and people from the 2014 gathering in Virginia, June 4-7.

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Probably Lucilia


Lucilia


Lucilia


Lucilia


Green bottle fly


Male - Lucilia sp. (incorrect, see comments above)


Male - Lucilia sp.


Not Lucilia sericata


Lucilia male


Lucilia?


Lucilia sp.


Lucilia


Lucilia sp.


coeruleiviridis?


Lucilia?


Lucilia?


Lucilia


Probably Lucilia sericata


Probably Lucilia sericata


Lucilia


Calliphoridae - Lucilia?


Lucilia


Lucilia


Lucilia


Probably Lucilia sericata


Lucilia


Mostly Lucilia


Maybe Lucilia


Lucilia


Lucilia?


Lucilia with fungus


Lucilia


Probably Lucilia


Lucilia thatuna?


Male Lucilia


Probably Lucilia


Lucilia


Probably Lucilia illustris


Lucilia


Lucilia sericata


probably Lucilia cuprina


Probably Lucilia


Lucilia


Lucilia


Lucilia


Probably Lucilia sericata


Lucilia


Lucilia cuprina


Lucilia


Lucilia


Lucilia


Probably Lucilia sericata


3 acrostichals and orange bas


Lucilia


More likely Lucilia cuprina


Lucilia sericata?


Lucilia illustris?


Probably Lucilia sericata


Probably Lucilia sericata


Lucilia sericata


Lucilia illustris?


Features


Probably Lucilia illustris


Probably Lucilia sericata


Probably Lucilia sericata


Probably Lucilia sericata


Probably Lucilia sericata


Probably Lucilia sericata


Don't know


Mostly Lucilia


Lucilia coeruleiviridis?


Lucilia coeruleiviridis?


Probably Lucilia sericata


Lucilia silvarum?


Lucilia sericata


Lucilia coeruleiviridis?


Lucilia coeruleiviridis?


Lucilia coeruleiviridis?


Moved


Lucilia illustris or coeruleiviridis


Probably Lucilia sericata


Moved


Probably Lucilia sericata


Lucilia silvarum?


Lucilia


Lucilia


Lucilia


Lucilia


Lucilia


Lucilia


Lucilia


Lucilia


Lucilia sericata (Meigen), male


Lucilia illustris?


Lucilia


Lucilia


Comparison examples


Probably Lucilia


Lucilia?


Probably Lucilia


Male - Lucilia sp.


Probably Lucilia


Not Lucilia sericata


Lucilia


Probably Lucilia illustris


Lucilia?


Female!


Looks like Lucilia


Looks like Lucilia


Lucilia cuprina?


Lucilia


Lucilia?


Probably Lucilia


Looks like Lucilia to me.


Could be Lucilia


Lucilia?


Lucilia


Lucilia sp. (Calliphoridae)


Possibly Lucilia sericata


Looks like....


Lucilia


Lucilia?


Probably Lucilia


Lucilia


Looks like a Lucilia sp.


Lucilia sp.


Not Lucilia sericata


Probably not Lucilia sericata


Calliphoridae: Lucilia sp.


Not Lucilia


Lucilia coeruleiviridis I think


Probably Lucilia


Lucilia illustris I think


Lucilia


Lucilia


Lucilia


Lucilia


Probably Lucilia


Lucilia


Lucilia?


Probably Lucilia


Lucilia


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Lucilia


Lucilia?


Probably Lucilia


Lucilia


Yes to family Calliphoridae,


Probably Lucilia


Probably Lucilia


Lucilia


Probably Lucilia


Probably Lucilia


Probably Lucilia


Not sure


Probably Lucilia


Lucilia and Calliphora


Graphomya and Lucilia?


Lucilia


Maybe a bronze Lucilia


Lucilia?


the "in-between" problem


Bronze Lucilia?


Like Lucilia fly


Probably Lucilia


Lucilia?


Yes it is Lucilia. It is hard


from Dr. Terry Whitworth:


Calliphoridae: Lucilia sp.


Lucilia?


Lucilia...


Definately Lucilia, perhaps L


Lucilia?


probable Lucilia sp


Thanks - Moved


Lucilia sericata


Flip the wing


Lucilia


Lucilia sp.


Lucilia sp.


Probably not Cynomya


Fungus


Cousins


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Lucilia


Calliphoridae


Subfamily


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Fly looks like Calliphoridae,


Age


Or silvarum


Calliphoridae


Color


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Frassed


Dexiini


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Not Calliphora


first image looks like Lucili


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wait for expert


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Prey


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Count of setulae on anteriola


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Lower density of smaller seta


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Lucilia sp.


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Dorsal thorax bristle pattern


Calliphoridae (blow fly)


Frassed


Frassed


Lucilia sericata


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Blow fly


blowfly


blow fly


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Lucilia sp.


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Frassed


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Probably sericata


Probably sericata


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Illustris or coeruleiviridis


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silvarum


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Lucilia coeruleiviridis?


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cluvia or coeruleiviridis


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Lucilia sericata (Meigen), female


Lucilia?


Blow fly


John- thank you for having ve


Lucilia sericata (Meigen), female


more like Lucilia


Male - Blow Fly


Moved


Genus Lucilia


Females


Moved


Blow fly


Male - Blow Fly


Female - Robber Fly


Robber fly


Male - Common Green Blow Fly


I am not an expert,


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Female - Lucilia sericata


Male - Blow Fly


Not sericata


Male - Blow Fly


Male - metalic green and shiny


Male - Hairy Maggot Blow Fly


OK, I see that now.


Moved


Female!


calyptrate fly of sorts, might be a Lucilia


Female!


Lucilia


You have two different specim


Blow Fly Family


Winging It!


Moved


blow fly


Lucilia not L. sericata


Not Lucilia sericata


Possibly L. coeruleiviridis


Blow fly


ID


Thanks, I can see that.


Not sericata


Lucilia keys


Possibly Lucilia coeruleiviridis


raising flies


Blowfly, Lucilia


Fly


Not caesar


How about


Fly


Not Lucilia sericata


Blow fly


Following that key, I would s


Not sericata


Thanks, John.


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Lucilia on Encelia...


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L. sericata I think


Thanks!


Bottle fly


I would say


Definitely a Phaenicia serica


Mystery


Calliphoridae?


Moved


Blow Fly


This is


Green Bottle Fly


Lucilia sp.


Lucilia sp.


Moved


Yes!


large fly


Look at Green Bottle Fly - Lucilia


My guess


I.D.


well..


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Calliphoridae


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Thanks a lot, =V= & Dr. Whitworth !


Neomyia


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Lucilia sounds good


T.L. Whitworth: "Lucilia, close to illustris or coeruleiviridis"


Nice pics


This is a


Moved


Yes...


male Lucilia, i suppose


Sap


Color variation


Maybe someting like


T.L. Whitworth: "??either a metallic muscid or Lucilia"


Lucilia sericata -- det. T.L. Whitworth


T.L. Whitworth: "resembles Lucilia, but ...


probably Lucilia mexicana -- det. T.L. Whitworth


Lucilia illustris -- det. T.L. Whitworth


probably Lucilia eximia -- det. T.L. Whitworth


possibly Lucilia eximia -- det. T.L. Whitworth


discolored Lucilia; suggests coeruleiviridis -det.T.L.Whitworth


Lucilia silvarum -- det. T.L. Whitworth


Lucilia cuprina -- det. T.L. Whitworth


Lucilia cuprina -- det. T.L. Whitworth


Lucilia cuprina -- det. T.L. Whitworth


ID confirmed by T.L. Whitworth: Lucilia sericata


Lucilia sericata -- det. T.L. Whitworth


ID confirmed by T.L. Whitworth: Lucilia sericata


Lucilia, pos. illustris -- det. T.L. Whitworth


possibly Lucilia sericata -- det. T.L. Whitworth


male Lucilia cuprina -- det. T. Whitworth


I think this is something other than Chrysomya megacephala


Title changed


Thanks, Ron....


Lucilia sp.


Thanks


Moved


Blow Fly


Lucilia


Two flies :-)


Blow Fly?


Thanks!


looks like a Blow Fly, Family Calliphoridae


Family Calliphoridae - Blow Fly


Fly ...


Calliphoridae


Looks like Green Bottle Fly,


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Yes


Blow fly


Lucilia sounds like a safe bet to me


Moved


Blow fly


Moved


must be a Lucilia


Moved


Blow fly


Calliphoridae


Lucilia; female


Green Bottle Fly - Lucilia


Looks like


I'd also say same species. Ditto on Lucilia.


Josh--


Yes


Yes


Green Bottle Fly


probable Lucilia sericata


probable Lucilia sericata


probable Lucilia sericata


probable Lucilia sericata


probable Lucilia sericata


probable Lucilia sericata


probable Lucilia sericata


probable Lucilia sericata


probable Lucilia sericata


probable Lucilia sericata


probable Lucilia coeruleiviridis, male


probable Lucilia coeruleiviridis


probable Lucilia coeruleiviridis


probable Lucilia coeruleiviridis


possible Lucilia cuprina


possible Lucilia cuprina


Lucilia


from Terry Whitworth:


Lucilia cuprina


must be Lucilia


yup; Lucilia


Lucilia


Thank you, John...


Likely


Maybe L. silvarum


Don't think so.


Lucilia, seconded


Yes - Calliphoridae


Weird


Lucilia, a blow fly


I think it may be a Chrysomya


Calliphoridae


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Blow fly


Green bottle fly


Green Bottle Fly


Maybe your photo's too good? LOL.


Beautiful!


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Just saw this


Lucilia looks good to me.


Blow fly.


Lucilia sp.


Lucilia looks right to me


Types of flies


Blow fly.


Lucilia looks right, but I'm no expert.


Pretty sure it's a blow fly


Calliphoridae.


I am


Lucilia sp.? (Calliphoridae)


Family Calliphoridae


Wanna sweet-talk it in Latin?


Yes, but....


Lucilia (note spelling)


Blow fly and bottle fly


Calliphoridae.


Blow fly.


Looks like


Yes.


Moved


Fly ID


I'll take a chance


Lucilia sp. (Calliphoridae)


Blow fly.


Thanks! - Moved


Lucilia sp. (Calliphoridae)


Exquisite.


Blow Fly.


Possibly.


Green-bottle fly


Yes.


FOUND IT!


Wow!


No, please.


Probably.


It reminds me of


Yes, greenbottles.


It does


Blow flies


Blow fly.


Resurrected?


Blow fly.


Yes!!


Calliphoridae.


Blow fly.


Probably.


Fly


Blow fly


Blow fly


"Greenbottle"


Blow fly


"Greenbottle" blow fly


There are many Lucilia's


Greenbottle indeed