Muscina stabulans

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Muscina stabulans
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Muscina stabulans (Fallen, 1817) - (false stable fly)

This fly is widely distributed and breeds in different types of manure or decaying organic matter. It is often associated with farms and human settlements.

The adult fly is around 8 mm long, with longitudinal black stripes on the grey mesonotum. The scutellum, tibiae and part of the femur are reddish brown.

Vernacular names
• Deutsch: falsche Stubenfliege
• English: false stable fly
• Français: muscine des étables