The most common flies in this subfamily found in old field sweeps are generally small and blue-toned with black markings (Coenosia, Limosia, Oplogaster) or dark-brown with broad heads (Schoenomyza). Other genera collected include: Macrorchis, Limnospila, Caricea?.........
Specimens of the genus Lispe have been collected near water.
Genera include Gymnodia, Spilogona, Limnophora. None collected???
Fannia is the most commonly collected genus in this subfamily. They breed in mushrooms, decay, and excrement.
The Muscinae breed in decay and excrement. This subfamily includes the House Fly, Musca domestica. M. autumnalis occurs in the field. Other genera collected include: Pararicia pascuorum, Eudasyphora cyanicolor?, Graphomya maculata..........
This subfamily of biting flies includes Stomoxys calcitrans (Stable Fly) and Haematobia sp (Horn Flies). Stomoxys is the irritating ankle-biter of late summer. Haematobia has not been collected.
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