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Bush flies - where they all come from

Bush flies - where they all come from

Journal of Agriculture Western Australia 25(3): 106-107

Adults of Musca vetustissima appear in large numbers in spring and early summer in the agricultural region of south-western Australia. The occurrence of such massive numbers is traced back to short periods of very successful breeding that begin in the early weeks of spring when the flies are hardly noticeable.

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