Dermestidae


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Evaluation of essential oils of different citrus species against Trogoderma granarium (Everts) (Coleoptera: Dermestidae) collected from Vehari and Faisalabad districts of Punjab, Pakistan.
Order Family Species Stage/insect part Diptera Calliphoridae Chrysomya albiceps Larvae (Wiedmann, 1819) Pupae Diptera remains Heads Wings Legs Larvae Pupae Pupariums Coleoptera Dermestidae Dermestes frischii Adult (Kugelan, 1792) Dermestes sp.
[95] demonstrated that the EO extracted from Perilla frutescens (Lamiaceae), which caused high fumigation mortality against either adults ([LC.sub.50] = 0.06), larvae ([LC.sub.50] = 0.09), pupae ([LC.sub.50] = 0.16), and eggs ([LC.sub.50] = 0.10) of Dermestes maculatus (De Geer) (Coleoptera: Dermestidae), increased from 3 to 6 times its effectiveness when combined with 25% or 60% of CO2, respectively.
For example, Gerard & Ruf (1997) observed that temperature influenced the biology of Anthrenocerus australis Hope (Coleoptera: Dermestidae), but other abiotic factors such as relative humidity and photoperiod affect the life cycle to a similar extent.
1 (A) 0 Stratiomydae sp.1 (A) 0 Syrphidae Stevenia deceptoria Loew (A) 0 Rhinophoridae Dermestes maculatus DeGeer (A) 0 Coleoptera Dermestidae Dermestes sp.
Habitat preferences of carrion beetles in the Great Swamp National Wildlife Refuge, New Jersey (Coleoptera: Silphidae, Dermestidae, Nitidulidae, Histeridae, Scarabaeidae).
Volume 13 focuses on the family dermestidae. All 62 currently described genera and 1498 species are included.
Staphylinidae was the most abundant family with 2,184 individuals, followed by Histeridae (1,264), Nitidulidae (395), Dermestidae (333), Scarabaeidae (300), Cleridae (120), Carabidae (75) and Trogidae (75), amounting to 97.8% of the specimens.
against Dermestes maculatus Degeer (Coleoptera: Dermestidae) and Necrobia rufipes Degeer (Coleoptera: Cleridae) on dried fish.
Abundance Relative Taxa (a) abundance (b) Arachnida Araneae 8 0.01 Acariformes (Acari) 201 0.37 Pseudoscorpionida 1 <0.01 Insecta Thysanoptera Phlaeothripidae 1 <0.01 Psocoptera Liposcelididae 214 0.39 Unidentified 1 <0.01 Coleoptera Staphylinidae 2 <0.01 Dermestidae 2 <0.01 Anthicidae 1 <0.01 Unidentified 8 0.01 Hymenoptera Formicidae 58 0.11 Unidentified 3 0.01 Chalcidoidea 2 <0.01 Lepidoptera 1 <0.01 Diptera Phoridae 11 0.02 Unidentified 5 0.01 Unidentified larvae 17 0.03 Unidentified arthropods 6 0.01 (a) Number of individuals.
(2000) Biological activity of neemazol powder and katelasous dust against Trogoderma granarium Everts adult (Dermestidae; coleoptera).
Other beetles are known to feed on carrion (Silphidae and Dermestidae), fly larvae or pupae (Staphylinidae), stomach contents (some Scarabaeidae) or hair (Trogidae), and can be present from the early wet phase of decay (Silphidae and Staphylinidae) through to advanced decay (Dermestidae) and even occur on very dry remains (Trogidae and Ptinidae) (Villet 2011).
Isolation of Amitriptyline and Nortriptyline from fly puparia (Phoridae) and beetle exuviae's (Dermestidae) associated with mummified human remains.