dipteran


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insects having usually a single pair of functional wings (anterior pair) with the posterior pair reduced to small knobbed structures and mouth parts adapted for sucking or lapping or piercing

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israelensis (T 14001), which produce specific proteins that are toxic to Dipterans, have been successfully used to control Dipterans in Southern Brazil (Rio Grande do Sul state) (Ruas-Neto, 1984) on the coast of the Sao Paulo state in Serra do Mar (Araujo-Coutinho, 1995).
vulgaris near a lake in Sweden where simuliid black flies were abundant, dipterans represented 85% of the 915 captured arthropods; among these, Cnephia eremites and Cnephia pallipes accounted for >97% of the total number of blackflies (Adler and Malmqvist, 2004).
Dipteran specificity region comprises 307-340 amino acid while lepidopteran specificity region is from residues 341-412.
We observed differences in seasonal distribution (i.e., numbers and species) of dipteran specimens with the highest number collected from the spring raccoon carcass in the field for 24 d.
Hemipteran and Dipteran insects occurred in low numbers across all lizard diets (n = 43 and 21, respectively).
Cyromazine, a moulting disruptor insecticide has been used extensively for the control of dipteran pests including M.
Specifically, we aimed to (1) detect habitat overlap of necrophagous dipteran species in urban areas, rainforest fragments, agricultural sites, sandy beaches, and other environments typical of the region; (2) compare the attractiveness of animal baits (chicken liver, pork, and sardine) to different species; (3) describe local assemblages of necrophagous species in terms of richness, similarity, dominance, and equity among environments; and (4) detect the presence of invasive species of Calliphoridae.
Nectars, for example, can be made available by diversifying the flora of agricultural environments (Wackers 2005), and both dipteran and hymenopteran parasitoids exploit this valuable source of carbohydrates (Jervis et al.
Only 6% world dipteran (flies) diversity has been reported from India which is 6,093 species under 1,075 genera and 87 families (Datta, 1998).
The cry11 genes are dipteran specific and are known to control mosquito and black flies worldwide (Abdullah et al., 2006).
While examining the body of pigeons, hippoboscids a fly were infested and later they were identified as Pseudolynchia canariensis, a dipteran parasite of pigeon which acts as vector of Haemoproteus columbae was found having highest prevalence.