Physical Description

Type Information

Type for Lucilia morrilli Townsend, 1908
Catalog Number: USNM
Collection: Smithsonian Institution, National Museum of Natural History, Department of Entomology
Sex/Stage: Female;
Preparation: Pinned
Collector(s): A. Morrill
Year Collected: 1903
Locality: Victoria; Tex, Texas, United States
  • Type: 1908. Smithsonian Miscellaneous Collections. 51: 120.
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Flowering Plants Visited by Neomyia cornicina in Illinois

Neomyia cornicina Fabricius: Muscidae, Diptera
(observations are from Robertson and Graenicher)

Aceraceae: Acer saccharum [oozing sap] (Rb); Anacardiaceae: Rhus aromatica [pist sn fq] (Rb), Rhus copallina [pist sn fq] (Rb), Rhus glabra [pist sn] (Rb); Apiaceae: Chaerophyllum procumbens sn (Rb), Cicuta maculata sn fq (Rb), Cryptotaenia canadensis sn (Rb), Erigenia bulbosa sn/fp (Rb, Gr), Eryngium yuccifolium sn (Rb), Heracleum maximum sn fq (Rb), Oxypolis rigidior sn (Rb), Pastinaca sativa sn (Rb), Perideridia americana sn (Rb), Polytaenia nuttalli sn (Rb), Sium suave sn (Rb), Zizia aurea sn (Rb); Asclepiadaceae: Asclepias sullivanti dead np (Rb), Asclepias syriaca dead (Rb), Asclepias verticillata [plpr sn] (Rb); Asteraceae: Achillea millefolium sn (Rb), Ageratina altissima sn (Rb), Antennaria neglecta [unsp sn/fp] (Gr), Antennaria plantaginifolia [stam sn] [pist sn] (Rb), Anthemis cotula sn/fp (Gr), Aster drummondii sn/fp (Gr), Aster laevis sn/fp (Gr), Aster lanceolatus sn/fp (Rb, Gr), Aster lateriflorus sn/fp (Rb, Gr), Aster pilosus sn fq (Rb), Aster salicifolius sn (Rb), Bidens cernua sn (Rb), Boltonia asterioides sn (Rb), Conyza canadensis sn (Rb), Coreopsis palmata sn (Rb), Erigeron philadelphicus sn (Rb), Erigeron strigosus sn (Rb), Eupatorium altissimum sn (Rb), Eupatorium perfoliatum sn/fp (Rb, Gr), Eupatorium serotinum sn (Rb), Euthamia graminifolia sn/fp (Rb, Gr), Helianthus grosseserratus sn (Rb), Helianthus tuberosus sn (Rb), Krigia biflora sn (Rb), Leucanthemum vulgare sn (Rb), Oligoneuron rigidum sn (Rb), Parthenium integrifolium sn (Rb), Pseudognaphalium obtusifolium sn (Rb), Rudbeckia subtomentosa sn (Rb), Rubeckia triloba sn (Rb), Solidago canadensis sn fq (Rb), Solidago nemoralis sn (Rb), Taraxacum officinale sn (Rb); Brassicaceae: Lepidium virginicum sn (Rb); Caesalpiniaceae: Chamaecrista fasciculata [exfl sn] (Rb); Caprifoliaceae: Sambucus canadensis fp (Rb), Symphoricarpos albus sn (Gr), Symphoricarpos occidentalis sn/fp (Gr), Symphoricarpos orbiculatus sn fq (Rb), Viburnum prunifolium sn (Rb); Caryophyllaceae: Stellaria media sn (Rb); Celastraceae: Euonymus atropurpureus sn (Rb); Cornaceae: Cornus obliqua sn (Rb); Cucurbitaceae: Echinocystis lobata sn (Rb); Euphorbiaceae: Euphorbia corollata sn (Rb); Fabaceae: Melilotus alba sn (Rb); Hamamelidaceae: Hamamelis virginiana sn/fp (Gr); Hydrangeaceae: Hydrangea arborescens sn (Rb); Lamiaceae: Lycopus americanus sn (Rb), Mentha arvensis sn (Rb), Pycnanthemum tenuifolium sn (Rb); Lauraceae: Sassafras albidum sn (Rb); Liliaceae: Erythronium albidum fp np (Rb), Melanthium virginicum sn (Rb); Malvaceae: Malva neglecta sn (Rb); Molluginaceae: Mollugo verticillata sn (Rb); Nelumbonaceae: Nelumbo lutea dead np (Rb); Philadelphaceae: Philadelphus grandiflorus sn (Rb); Polygonaceae: Fallopia scandens sn (Rb), Persicaria hydropiperoides sn (Rb), Persicaria pensylvanica sn (Rb); Portulacaceae: Claytonia virginica sn (Rb); Ranunculaceae: Clematis virginiana [stam sn] (Rb), Enemion biternatum fp/exp (Rb), Hepatica acutiloba exp/fp fq (Rb), Ranunculus fascicularis sn (Rb); Rhamnaceae: Ceanothus americanus sn (Rb); Rosaceae: Amelanchier arborea sn (Rb), Crataegus intricata sn fq (Rb), Crataegus mollis sn (Rb), Prunus americana sn (Rb), Prunus serotina [flwr sn] (Rb); Rutaceae: Ptelea trifoliata sn (Rb), Zanthoxylum americanum [pist sn fq] (Rb); Salicaceae: Salix amygdaloides [stam sn] [pist sn] (Rb), Salix discolor [unsp sn] (Gr), Salix humilis [stam sn fq] [pist sn fq] (Rb), Salix interior [stam sn] (Rb), Salix nigra [stam sn] (Rb), Salix rigida [stam sn fq] [pist sn fq] (Rb); Santalaceae: Comandra umbellata sn (Rb); Smilacaceae: Smilax ecirrhata sn/fp (Gr), Smilax herbacea sn/fp (Gr); Tiliaceae: Tilia americana sn fq (Rb)


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Neomyia cornicina

Neomyia cornicina is a common species of fly which is distributed across many parts the Palaearctic.[1][2]


  1. ^ D'Assis Fonseca, E.C.M (1968). Diptera Cyclorrhapha Calyptrata: Muscidae. Handbooks for the Identification of British Insects 10. London.: Royal Entomological Society of London. pp. 118pp. 
  2. ^ Gregor, F.; Rozkosny, R.; Bartak, M.; Vanhara, J. (2002). The Muscidae (Diptera) of Central Europe. Scientiarum Naturalium Universitatis Masarykianae Brunensis 107. Masaryk.: Masaryk University. pp. 280pp. 

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