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Subfamily Drosophilinae

 
 
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Monograph on the spittlebug flies, genus Cladochaeta (Diptera, Drosophilidae, Cladochaetini). Bulletin of the AMNH ; no. 241
By David A. Grimaldi and Tam Nguyen, 1999.

Drosophilids of the Midwest and Northeast
By Thomas Werner and John Jaenike.

"Drosophilids of the Midwest and Northeast provides an introduction to the flies of the family Drosophilidae of the Midwest and Northeast of the United States, as well as nearby regions in Canada. The book strives to facilitate identification of most of the drosophilid species in this region and provides remarks on interesting aspects of their biology and suggestions for future research on them. The book is intended for researchers, teachers, and students wishing to discover the diversity of these flies."

Version 2 was released in late 2018.

Field/Photo ID for Flies: Fly Guide
Created by Even Dankowicz, and maintained by Zachary and Even Dankowicz.

Flies of Illinois
Our own Angella Moorehouse has been photographing plants and bugs in Illinois for years and she has put together a free downloadable guide to many of the flies she has photographed in Illinois. You will likely find it useful throughout much of the Midwest and Northeast. Enjoy! Thank you, Angella!

Diptera.info
arguably, world's most vibrant and influential forum, image gallery, and info resource on Diptera

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Nearctic Diptera (Discover Life's IDnature guide)
[cite:967018]

Identification Key to the Common Forensically Important Adult Flies (Diptera) of Northern Kentucky
Information and keys to important forensic flies in Kentucky.

Includes nice illustrations of fly anatomy, key to calyptrate families, and a key to species of Calliphoridae.


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The Diptera Site
[cite:519058]
apparently a spinoff of(1); edited by Irina Brake, NHM London.
well worth exploring

 
 
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