Chrysomyinae

Oriental latrine fly Chrysomya megacephala, copyright Muhammad Mahdi Karim.


Belongs within: Calliphoridae.

The Chrysomyinae are a group of blow flies characterised by the presence of a row of hairs along the posterior margin dorsally of the stem vein (the basal section of vein R), together with a haired posterior margin on the hind coxa. Though mostly scavengers, some are known to attack living animal tissue via wounds and the screwworm fly Cochliomyia hominivorax develops as an obligate parasite of large mammals (Vargas & Wood 2010).

<==Chrysomyinae VW10
    |--Hemilucilia [Hemiluciliini] VW10
    |    |--H. fuscanipennis CH37
    |    |--H. segmentaria VW10
    |    `--H. semidiaphana VW10
    `--Chrysomyini S87
         |--Chloroprocta S87
         |    |--C. idioidea [incl. C. fuscanipennis] VW10
         |    `--C. semiviridis CH37
         |--Paralucilia wheeleri S87
         |--Cochliomyia [Cochliomyiini] S87
         |    |--C. aldrichi VW10
         |    |--C. americana CH37 [=Callitroga americana A71]
         |    |--C. fontanai VW10
         |    |--C. hominivorax VW10 [=Callitroga hominivorax A71]
         |    |--C. laniaria CH37
         |    |--C. macellaria WT11
         |    `--C. minima VW10
         `--Chrysomya Robineau-Desvoidy 1830 [incl. Cyaneosomyia Séguy 1928] F92
              |  i. s.: *C. (Chrysomya) regalis Robineau-Desvoidy 1830 F92
              |         C. albiceps VW10
              |         C. defixa Walker 1857 [=C. (Compsomyia) defixa] F92
              |         C. incisuralis W01
              |         C. latifrons W01
              |         C. mallochi CM70
              |         C. saffranea CM91
              |         C. varipes W01
              |--C. rufifacies (Macquart 1843) KP10
              `--+--C. putoria KP10
                 `--C. (Compsomyia Rondani 1875) F92
                      |--C. (C.) bezziana Villeneuve 1914 F92
                      |--C. (C.) chani Kurahashi 1979 F92
                      |--C. (C.) phaonis (Séguy 1928) [=Cyaneosomyia phaonis] F92
                      |--C. (C.) megacephala (Fabricius 1784) F92, KP10, F92 [=Musca megacephala F92]
                      |--C. (C.) pinguis (Walker 1858) [=Lucilia pinguis] F92
                      `--C. (C.) thanomthini Kurahashi & Tumrasvin 1971 F92

Chrysomyinae incertae sedis:
  Compsomyiops VW10
    |--C. callipes VW10
    |--C. fulvicrura KP10
    `--C. wheeleri CH37
  Ceylonomyia Fan 1965 F92
    `--*C. nigripes (Aubertin 1932) [=Chrysomyia (Microcalliphora) nigripes] F92
  Achoetandrus Bezzi 1927 F92
    |--*A. albiceps (Wd. 1819) [=Musca albiceps] F92
    |--A. rufifacies (Macq. 1843) [=Lucilia rufifacies; incl. Chrysomyia pingi Hsieh 1958] F92
    `--A. villeneuvii (Patton 1922) [=Chrysomyia villeneuvii] F92
  Microcalliphora Townsend 1916 F92

*Type species of generic name indicated

REFERENCES

[A71] Askew, R. R. 1971. Parasitic Insects. Heinemann Educational Books: London.

[CM70] Colless, D. H., & D. K. McAlpine. 1970. Diptera (flies). In: CSIRO. The Insects of Australia: A textbook for students and research workers pp. 656–740. Melbourne University Press.

[CM91] Colless, D. H., & D. K. McAlpine. 1991. Diptera (flies). In: CSIRO. The Insects of Australia: A textbook for students and research workers 2nd ed. vol. 2 pp. 717–786. Melbourne University Press: Carlton (Victoria).

[CH37] Cushing, E. C., & D. G. Hall. 1937. Some morphological differences between the screwworm fly Cochliomyia americana C. & P. and other closely allied or similar species in North America (Diptera: Calliphoridae). Proceedings of the Entomological Society of Washington 39 (7): 195–200.

[F92] Fan Z. 1992. Key to the Common Flies of China 2nd ed. Science Press: Beijing.

[KP10] Kutty, S. N., T. Pape, B. M. Wiegmann & R. Meier. 2010. Molecular phylogeny of the Calyptratae (Diptera: Cyclorrhapha) with an emphasis on the superfamily Oestroidea and the position of Mystacinobiidae and McAlpine's fly. Systematic Entomology 35: 614–635.

[S87] Shewell, G. E. 1987. Calliphoridae. In: McAlpine, J. F. (ed.) Manual of Nearctic Diptera vol. 2 pp. 1133–1145. Research Branch, Agriculture Canada.

[VW10] Vargas, J., & D. M. Wood. 2010. Calliphoridae (blow flies). In: Brown, B. V., A. Borkent, J. M. Cumming, D. M. Wood, N. E. Woodley & M. A. Zumbado (eds) Manual of Central American Diptera vol. 2 pp. 1297–1304. NRC Research Press: Ottawa.

[W01] Wallman, J. F. 2001. A key to the adults of species of blowflies in southern Australia known or suspected to breed in carrion. Medical and Veterinary Entomology 15: 433–437.

[WT11] Wiegmann, B. M., M. D. Trautwein, I. S. Winkler, N. B. Barr, J.-W. Kim, C. Lambkin, M. A. Bertone, B. K. Cassel, K. M. Bayless, A. M. Heimberg, B. M. Wheeler, K. J. Peterson, T. Pape, B. J. Sinclair, J. H. Skevington, V. Blagoderov, J. Caravas, S. N. Kutty, U. Schmidt-Ott, G. E. Kampmeier, F. C. Thompson, D. A. Grimaldi, A. T. Beckenbach, G. W. Courtney, M. Friedrich, R. Meier & D. K. Yeates. 2011. Episodic radiations in the fly tree of life. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the USA 108 (14): 5690–5695.

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