Calliphoridae


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Related to Calliphoridae: Muscidae, Tachinidae, Dolichopodidae

Calliphoridae

[‚kal·ə′fȯr·ə‚dē]
(invertebrate zoology)
The blow flies, a family of myodarian cyclorrhaphous dipteran insects in the subsection Calypteratae.
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The absence of the families Calliphoridae and Sarcophagidae at the Kiuic site and their presence at the Tabi site were, most likely, the results of the immediate environments in which the Malaise traps were set and most sweep netting occurred.
Forensically important Calliphoridae (Diptera) associated with pig carrion in rural north-central Florida.
Referring to Calliphoridae seasonality in a temperate climate like that NW of Buenos Aires province (Centeno et al.
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.
Los califoridos, estridos, rinoforidos y sarcofagidos (Diptera: Calliphoridae, Oestridae, Rhinophoridae, Sarcophagidae) de Colombia.
This is, to our knowledge, the first record of necrophagous Calliphoridae in a semi-arid environment in Brazil and this information helps in understanding the geographical range and abiotic requirements of these species.
Pachycrepoideus vindemmiae (Rondani) (Hymenoptera: Pteromalidae) is an ectoparasitic idiobiont that exercises control over a great number of Diptera in the families of Tephritidae, Tachinidae, Sarcophagidae, Muscidae, Calliphoridae and Anthomyiidae (Marchiori & Barbaresco 2007).
knowltoni Curran 1 Tabanidae 1 Dolichopodidae 1 Syrphidae 5 Copestylum pallens (Weidemann) 4 Palpada alhambra (Hull) 2 Syritta pipiens (Linnaeus) 13 Acalyptratae 2 Otitidae 2 Ceroxys latiusculus (Loew) 1 Ephydridae Ochthera mantis (DeGeer) 2 Drosophilidae 1 Scathophagidae 1 Calyptratae Calliphoridae 1 Sarcophagidae Ravinia sp.
Musca domestica 9 Linnaeus Philornis porteri Dodge Calliphoridae Chrysomya rufifacies 10 (Macquart) Cochliomyia 12 macellaria (Fabricius) Lucilia 4 caeruliviridis Macquart Sarcophagidae Amobia floridensis 7 (Townsend) Eusenotainia 1 rufoventris (Coquillett) Helicobia sp.
Other types of flies, such as Calliphoridae, are attracted to solutions of acetic acid plus ethanol (Dethier 1947).
Antennal sensilla of some forensically important flies in families Calliphoridae, Sarcophagidae and Muscidae.
The Calliphoridae family comprises around 150 genera and more than 1000 species distributed world wide (Hennig 1973; Pont 1980; Shewell 1987).