blowfly


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Synonyms for blowfly

large usually hairy metallic blue or green fly

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| The first of the workshops, looking at roundworm and blowfly strike, has been arranged by Dolgellau Vets at the town's rugby club on Tuesday, June 4, 1.30pm-4.30pm.
The Latrine blowfly is a warm-weather insect best known for depositing its eggs on dead animals.
The aim of the present study was to identify the urban blowfly species having forensic importance on Ankara University Medical Faculty Cebeci Campus in Ankara.
KEYWORDS: Green Sheep Blowfly, Lucilia cuprina, life table, Ecology, Lamb meat.
THERE'S A 99 PERCENT CHANCE that you and I could never be friends if you were not a Blowfly fan--if you weren't one of the underground legion of "freaks," as he called them, who loved and appreciated his outlandish and genius musical vision.
Hooks were baited with one to three blowfly maggots, which look like standard maggots sold for bait in North America.
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 blowfly Sarconesiopsis magellanica (Diptera: Calliphoridae) is of medical interest as it is a potential mechanical vector of pathogens such as viruses, bacteria, protozoa, and helminths [1-3].