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Responses to various types of light have been studied in some muscid and calliphorid flies
(Zablocka 1972; Meyer 1978; Pickens 1989; Smallegange 2004), but have not been well studied in diurnal Diptera, including in the economically important family Tephritidae.
The high levels of calliphorid flies
around the traps created an intense situation in which the flies were fighting over the oviposition media.
Activity by calliphorid flies
showed significant differences among Acacia species at the Ubani site (Kolmogorov-Smirnov test, P [less than] 0.