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Hylemya strenua
Hylemya strenua are a species in the genus Hylemya, in the order two-winged flies (Diptera), the suborder flies (Brachycera), the infraorder Muscomorpha (division: Schizophora; subdivision: Calyptrata), the superfamily Muscoidea, the family Anthomyiidae, the subfamily Anthomyiinae and the tribe Anthomyiini. Hylemya strenua are found from the Arctic Circle to North Africa.

Hylemya strenua are active from May to September in wet meadows, forest edges and gardens where they are found on flowers and on cattle or horse manure. The fertilized females lay their eggs on dung. The larvae hatch immediately and develop in the feces, feeding on the substrates.


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