Lucilia caesar

Lu·cil·i·a cae·'sar

a species the larvae of which formerly were used in the treatment of septic wounds.
See also: Phormia regina.
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The toxin was identified by a mouse bioassay for botulinum toxins and confirmed in bird sera and blowfly larvae (Lucilia caesar) collected from the stomachs of birds.