The larvae are known as hairy maggots. They received this name because each body segment possesses a median row of fleshy tubercles that give the fly a.
Chrysomya rufifacies is a species belonging to the blow fly family, Calliphoridae, and is most significant in the field of forensic entomology due to its use in establishing or altering post mortem intervals. The common name for the species is the hairy maggot blow fly, and it.
Common Name, Hairy Maggot Blow Flies. Scientific Name, Calliphoridae. Size, 10 - 12 mm in length. Colour, Shiny with metallic colouring, often with blue.