|Standard name||Cantharis vesicatoria|
|Scientific name||Lytta vesicatoria (Linnaeus, 1758)|
|Other scientific names||Cantharis vesicatoria, Geoff.; Meloe vesicator, Linn.|
|Common names||Spanish Fly; Lytta spanishfly; Lytta vesicator|
|Substance description||A tincture is prepared by digesting one part of the pulverized dried Spanish flies (Cantharis vesicatoria) in five parts of alcohol; triturations (used for some of the provings) of the imported dried beetles; Tincture or trituration of living insects|
|Distinctness||VARIANTS (1. Tincture of the pulverized dried Spanish flies; 2. Triturations of the dried beetles; 3. Tincture of living insects; 4. Trituration of living insects)|
|Classification||Organism – Animalia – Arthropoda – Insecta – Coleoptera – Meloidae – Lytta|
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