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Photo#165945
BG1383 C0833 - Stomoxys calcitrans

BG1383 C0833 - Stomoxys calcitrans
Baton Rouge, La Crete Lane at I-10, East Baton Rouge Parish, Louisiana, USA
March 25, 2006
Size: body length 6.8 mm.

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BG1383 C0833 - Stomoxys calcitrans BG1383 C0833 - Stomoxys calcitrans BG1383 C0833 - Stomoxys calcitrans BG1383 C0833 - Stomoxys calcitrans BG1383 C0833 - Stomoxys calcitrans

Moved
Moved from Stomoxys.

One species
Info page claims only 1 species in genus, should these be placed at species level?

 
Thanks John,
Appears to be a safe action. I have moved the images to the species page.
Gayle

Moved
Moved from Flies.

Reminds me of
The long "beak" looks like Stable Fly (Stomoxys calcitrans)

looks like a
Muscidae. Helpful if you can see whether the Meron has a row of bristles. No need to get a photo, just take a close look at the fly:

 
Meron
Thanks Tony, unfortunately I didn't retain the specimen. I looked at other images taken at the time, but none of them showed the meron.

Your stacked images are magnificent! Each one seems to be better than the previous one. Generally, in the past I have preferred drawings to photographs for illustrations that identify small details, but your photos leave drawings in the dust.
Gayle

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