Herina (fly)

Herina is a genus of flies in the family Ulidiidae. It is possibly the largest genus in the family.[2]

Genus of flies

Herina
Herina sp.
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Otitini
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Herina

Type species
Herina liturata

Robineau-Desvoidy, 1830[1][2]

It is a genus of distinctive, small to medium-sized, dark species about 3.5-5.5 mm long, with patterned wings. The head is variably yellowish, reddish, or darkened, whilst the body is either shining black or black dusted with grey.[3] Many are found in marshland or calcareousgrassland locations and in coastal wetlands.[4]

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