numbers and species) of dipteran
specimens with the highest number collected from the spring raccoon carcass in the field for 24 d.
This case draws the attention of urologists and laboratoreans of the possibility of detecting dipteran
flies' larvae in urine and urinary myiasis as an unusual cause of urinary tract infection.
Mosquitoes and other dipteran
vectors can be dispersed by wind (Service 1997), but ticks need hosts for their dispersal to effect range expansion.
A small number of other dipteran
species, including the stable fly Stomoxys calcitrans (L.
31) were the survey periods with highest loadings on axis 2 which described a gradient influenced by copepods, dipteran
larvae, diatoms, protozoa, fish and bivalves (Fig.
Myiasis is the infestation of human or animal tissue by larvae of dipteran
species collected tended to be the larger, more obvious species, but they represented a variety of niches.
Multilocus microsatellites have also been observed in some other organisms such as dipteran
(Wilder & Hollocher 2001), barley (Ramsay et al.
Self-injection of a dipteran
parasitoid into a spider.
Previous surveys have revealed the presence of several culicine mosquito species including Aedes w-albus, and the predatory mosquitoes Toxorhynchites splendens from this region (1), and a few other dipteran
species that dominate the detritivore trophic level of the aquatic insect communities (3,4).
Finally, in the logistic regression analysis, the presence/absence of co-habiting dipteran
parasite (in cells from which adult wasps completed development) was not related to the sex of the adult wasp emerging from a cell; thus, there was no evidence that the parasites were more or less likely to attack cells with female offspring.
The web could be nothing other than evil, from the dipteran
perspective; it is not "very good," but then turned to destructive purposes by the fly and the spider, for it exists only to destroy the fly.
Example topics are gall-inducing scale insects, the phylogeny of gall midges, dipteran
leaf miners, the biology and evolution of braconid gall wasps, and gall flies on Myrtaceae as a mutualistic association between flies and nematodes.
depicted is a tipulid or crane fly and is easily distinguished from a mosquito by the shape of wings, head, and abdomen, and lack of piercing-sucking mouthparts.
and lesser amounts of crab megalopae, dipteran
insects, other malacostracan crustaceans, and other insects.