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Synonyms for Diptera

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Diptera vectors of avian haemosporidian parasites: untangling parasite life cycles and their taxonomy.
Non-culicid diptera (primarily chironomidae and ceratopagonidae) dominated the prey items consumed by topminnows and western mosquitofish each month (Figure 2).
The greatest numbers of species collected using beat-sheets were in the Coleoptera, Diptera, Hemiptera, and Lepidoptera, respectively.
Diptera Chironomidae is the most abundant group of insects in freshwater aquatic systems (Pinder, 1983) with larval stages associated principally with benthic communities and macrophytes (Trivinho-Strixino and Strixino, 1991, 1999; Trivinho-Strixino et al.
Diptera is due to the medical-veterinary aspects, as vectors of etiological agents, such as amoeba cysts, helminthes eggs, pathogenic enterobacteria, viruses and fungi (Burk, 1960,Greenbarg, 1971).
Flies of the family Vermileonidae are unique among Diptera in that the larvae construct pitfall traps, similar to those of antlions (Neuroptera, Myrmeleontidae), in order to capture prey.
Feeding activities of some blood sucking Diptera with reference to vertical distribution in bottomland forest.
Scanning microscopy of eggs allows the separation of Diptera species (Salkeld 1980; Kula 1988; Kuznetsov 1988; Linley and Chadee 1990; Sahlen 1990; Mouzaki and others 1991; Feliciangeli and others 1993; Greenberg and Singh 1995; Service and others 1997; Suludere and others 2000a,b; Choochote and others 2001).
Between Nov 2013 and May 2014, mature fruits were collected from potential hosts of Diptera in Salto (31.
Biodiversity, Calliphoridae, Diptera, Forensic entomology, Small bait trap.
Flies which belong to order Diptera are with great medical and veterinary importance.