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Piophila is a genus of small two-winged flies which includes the species known as the cheese fly. As a whole, the genus is often called wine flies; they prefer fermented foodstuffs to deposit their eggs. Piophila vulgaris visits Arum maculatum flowers in England.
- Piophila casei (Linnaeus, 1758), the cheese fly.
- Piophila penicillata (Steyskal, 1964)
- Piophila senescens (Melander & Spuler, 1917) (junior synonym – Piophila nigriceps (Macquart, 1851))
- Piophila vulgaris
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