family Calliphoridae


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The objectives of the present study were: (1) analyze the species in the family Calliphoridae at the PARNA Tijuca, (2) compare structural parameters such as abundance and species richness at the border and inside of the forest, (3) verify the presence of indicator species in the study area, and (4) from analysis of the species found, consider the possible influences of anthropogenic and abiotic factors on the blowfly fauna.
Among the diverse types of human myiasis that can occur in tropical regions, those in skin tissue are the most frequent, especially those generated by flies of the family Calliphoridae, of which the predominant species are Cordylobia anthropophaga (tumbu fly); C.
For example, fossilized Diptera of the family Calliphoridae have been found in association with Pleistocene mammals from Argentina, and represent an example of an ancient cadaveric decay assemblage (Petrulevicius, 2001).
These insects are highly predictable as larvae," says Hall, noting that certain insects, especially blowflies of the family Calliphoridae, typically discover and lay eggs on fresh corpses very soon after death, and these eggs develop into adults on predictable schedules.
cuprina are members of the family Calliphoridae which have a sharp bent M-shaped wing vein.
The members of the family Calliphoridae are commonly known as blow flies, bluebottles, cluster flies or green bottles.
Species of Coleoptera (families Anthicidae Geotrupidae and Scarabaeidae) species of Dermaptera Forficula auricularia Linnaeus and Labidura riparia Pallas species of Hymenoptera belonging to family Formicidae (Aenictus aratus and Formica exsectoides) species of Diptera belonging to family Calliphoridae (Calliphora vicina Linnaeus) and Muscidae (Antherigona soccata Rondani Musca domestica Linnaeus and Chrysomyza demantata Fabricius) and all the species of Dictyoptera play a vital role as scavengers in thorn forest community.