Sepsidae


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Sepsidae

[′sep·sə‚dē]
(invertebrate zoology)
The spiny-legged flies, a family of myodarian cyclorrhaphous dipteran insects in the subsection Acalypteratae; development takes place in decaying organic matter.
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of Pipunculidae, of Agromyzidae, of Drosophilidae, of Sepsidae, of Conopidae (Zodion sp.
1 Diptera Calliphoridae Lucilia coeruleiviridis 1 Diptera Piophilidae Piophila casei 2 Diptera Sepsidae Sepsis spp.
sg/) desarrollan colecciones digitales de referencia de un grupo determinado de insectos, en este caso los Sepsidae (Diptera) mundiales.
Eberhard's address, illustrating clasping mechanisms in the Sepsidae and X-ray video footage of living Glossina in copula, was particularly memorable.
Familia Especies Ejemplares Sciaridae 1 11 Dolichopididae 4 16 Richardiidae 1 3 Bibionidae 1 7 Micropezidae 1 7 Calliphoridae 1 3 Muscidae 2 3 Tephritidae 1 1 Syrphidae 3 6 Conopidae 1 1 Drosophilidae 1 4 Loncheidae 1 14 Psychodidae 1 1 Chironomidae 1 1 Sciomicyzidae 1 1 Pipunculidae 1 2 Sepsidae 1 2 Asyliidae 1 2 Sarcophagidae 1 1 Tabla 2.
Se registraron representantes de Ephydridae, Sepsidae, Pipunculidae, Sarcophagidae, Scatopsidae, Tephritidae y Sciomyzidae, pertenecientes a Diptera; Saldidae de Heteroptera; Hydrophilidae de Coleoptera; y Eulophidae, Pteromalidae, Mymaridae, Encyrtidae y Scelionidae de Hymenoptera.
1999, Swanson and Monge-Najera 2000, Chacon and Nishida 2002 Diptera Asilidae (Scarbrough 1993), Phoridae (Ramirez 1982, 1984, Wcislo, 1990, Brown 2000), Pipunculidae (Rafael and Menezes 1999), Tephritidae (Hedstrom 1988a, Mexzon 1997), Ropalomeridae (Soto-Manitiu and Lezama 1988), Sepsidae (Briceno 2002, Eberhard 2002), Agromyzidae (Spencer 1983, Acosta and Cave 1994), Sarcophagidae (Downes 1994).
Some species were more abundant in the year of a fire such as a Sepsis morphospecies (Diptera: Sepsidae, mean = 2.
Additionally, species of Piophilidae, Phoridae, Stratiomyiidae, Ulidiidae, Sphaeroceridae, Sepsidae, and Syrphidae have been recorded to feed on carcasses and cadavers (Catts & Goff 1992; Vasconcelos et al.
7 Paramyia nitens 12 (Loew) Pholeomyia dispar 2 (Becker) Pholeomyia 1 pseudodecora (Becker) Sepsidae Paleosepsis pusio 9 (Schiner) Sepsidimorpha 2 brunnipes Melander & Spuler Lauxaniidae Homoneura sp.