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Photo#53181
muscid? - Lucilia sericata - male

muscid? - Lucilia sericata - Male
Ann Arbor, Washtenaw County, Michigan, USA
May 9, 2006

Moved
Moved from Lucilia.

Metallic flies
Be careful here. There are several genera of Tachinids that are metallic green as well. And I am not sure this isn't one of them in the genus Chrysotachina.

 
Does
Chrysotachina have arista in plumose as seen in this image? - Chen

 
Ok
Thanks for correcting me.

See
Blow flies. Genus Lucia (sp.?).

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