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Synonyms for blowfly

large usually hairy metallic blue or green fly

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The present work represents series of studies aiming to determine local insect faunas of Ankara and was directed towards identifying primary early blowfly species colonizing cadavers and having forensic importance in Cebeci, a district located in the center of Ankara.
One day I struck gold, spending just ten cents on my first copy of a Blowfly LP at the local used-record store where 1 worked on weekends during my teenage years.
As far as we know, the effect of urbanization on blowfly communities in the central region of Argentina, an eco-climatically different region from Buenos Aires and Patagonia, has not yet been explored.
Losses due to insect infestation: Infestation of sun-dried fish by the blowfly and beetle larvae caused up to 30% loss of the products [18].
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.
sericata is a blowfly that is common across much of the world.
But it wasn't until 1935 that blowfly larvae were used to date a murder and convict a criminal using the science now known as forensic entomology.
The effects of larval crowding and food type on the size and development of the blowfly, Calliphora vomitoria.
However, whilst accurate death time estimations can be inferred from the larval stage of these insects, estimates based on the pupal stage (which accounts for approximately half of the developmental duration) are severely limited due to the lack of a reliable method for aging blowfly pupae.
There, the entomologists identified thethem as a particular kind of blowfly.
A COUPLE of weeks ago in this column, I mentioned about the risks of blowfly strike at this time of the year.
On the negative side, blowfly species can act as vectors of several pathogens and cause myiasis of man and domestic animals and (Greenberg 1973).
Lucilia sericata (Meigen, 1826) is a cosmopolitan greenbottle blowfly that originates from Europe and which is used in maggot debridement therapy (MDT)--the use of maggots to clean necrotic wounds on living human beings (Sherman et al.
Despite the potential of FA as a method of studying fitness effects; evidence linking FA with insecticide resistance has been limited to two species, the Australian sheep blowfly, Lucilia cuprina (Wiedemann) (Diptera: Calliphoridae) (Clarke and McKenzie, 1987; Clark et al.