A study was conducted to investigate the thermal constant in an experimental population of Muscina stabulans
(Fallén 1817). A natural population was obtained from a livestock and their F1
generations were maintained at four constant temperatures (16°C, 20°C, 26°C and 31°C). The thermal constant was calculated by the hyperbole method using the base temperature, tb = 4.4°C and the thermal constant K = 35.3 GD. Ricker's geometric regression, considering tb = 7.8°C and K = 28.9 GD was also calculated.