Morellia

Morellia

a genus of flies in the family Muscidae. They are essentially flies of flowers and vegetation, but are attracted to sweat and mucus and can be a significant source of insect worry in summer. The common species are M. aenescens, M. hortorum and M. simplex. Called also sweat flies.
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Finally, each of three species (Graphomya auriceps Malloch, 1934, Lispe setuligera (Stein, 1911) and Morellia (Trichomorellia) trichops) (Malloch, 1923) were represented by a single specimen (Table 1).
2006), and Graphomyia auriceps Malloch, 1934 or Morellia (Trichomorellia) trichops (Malloch, 1923), species considered as floral visitors (Pombal and Morellato 1995; Keiper et al.
Morellia nilotica (Loew, 1856) was recorded from Namibia by Zielke (1971c: 68, "Sud-West-Afrika"), but was not included in the material examined.
A new species of Morellia Robineau-Desvoidy, 1830 from the Seychelles Islands (Insecta, Diptera: Muscidae).
Included in these 16 states are the major cities of Guadalajara, Acapulco, Vera Cruz, Morellia, Nogales, Puebla, Hermosillo, Aguacalientes, San Luis Potosi, Oaxaca, Mazatlan, Guaymas, Leon, Puerto Vallarta, and Guanajuato.