New records of calyptrate dipterans (Fanniidae, Muscidae
and Sarcophagidae) associated with the decomposition of domestic pigs in Brazil.
Four records from Durden (1990) are of Muscidae
, namely: Mitzmain (1912): Haematopinus tuberculatus (Burmeister) (as H.
TABLE 1 African Muscidae
(Diptera), hosts of Stylogaster Macquart (Diptera: Conopidae) newly recorded from Burundi, Kenya and South Africa.
Taxonomy of the Muscidae
(Diptera) of Namibia: a key to genera, diagnoses, new records and description of a new species.
As a dipterist, he published faunistic papers on Brachycera from Pommerania and the island of Amrum at the German North Sea coast, but further contributed to the taxonomy of his favourite groups, the present families Muscidae
, Fanniidae and Anthomyiidae.
Wild-caught flies belonged to the families Calliphoridae (96% of total flies), Sarcophagidae (2%), and Muscidae
2006) genera of Muscidae
, were used in confirming that C.
Chironomidae Chironominae Insecta: Trichoptera Ecnomus thomasseti Mosley, 1932 Oecetis sp.
Many species of the genus Philornis (botflies) within the Muscidae
parasitize nestlings and adults of cavity and open-nesting birds in the Neotropics (Arendt 1985a).
Key to the genera of Muscidae
from Namibia (modified from Couri et al.
Description of a new genus and two new species of Cecidomyidae [sic], and six new species of acalyptrate Muscidae
(Ephydridae and Milichiidae).
Pachycrepoideus vindemmiae (Rondani) (Hymenoptera: Pteromalidae) is an ectoparasitic idiobiont that exercises control over a great number of Diptera in the families of Tephritidae, Tachinidae, Sarcophagidae, Muscidae
, Calliphoridae and Anthomyiidae (Marchiori & Barbaresco 2007).
1) In 1972 Brian even undertook a special fishing trip to Angola and while there collected an intriguing new genus of limnophorine Muscidae
, named Ocypodomyia by Pont (2006).
New species and notes on synonymy and distribution of Muscidae
The order of abundance comprised Psychodidae, Tipulidae, Tabanidae, Culicidae, Muscidae
, and Dolichopodidae (De Oliveira et al.