Effect of habitat depth on host location by five species of parasitoids (Hymenoptera: Pteromalidae, Chalcididae) of house flies, Musca
We show the predominance of two species, Lucilia sericata (41%) and Chrysomya albiceps (22%), followed by Musca
domestica (24, 3%)
Nymphal development and reproduction of Podisus nigrispinus (Heteroptera: Pentatomidae) fed with combinations of Tenebrio molitor (Coleoptera: Tenebrionidae) pupae and Musca
domestica (Diptera: Muscidae) larvae.
We proposed four risk categories based on MVRI: none, low, moderate and high; value ranges by proposed category were calibrated according the preexisting information of the species Musca
domestica which has been widely studied and considered as an efficient pathogen carrier with high risk (Sukontason et al.
said if the existence of their campus is threatened, they will be compelled to work for the full implementation of Republic Act No.
The visiting Diptera species found as floral visitors were Anthrax irroratus and Musca
domestica, but both species were only occasional F type visitors (with one and two individuals respectively) (Table 1).
Monitoring house fly, Musca
domestica (Diptera: Muscidae), population in caged-layer poultry houses using jug-trap.
Failure of Hydrotaea aenescens, a larval predator of the house fly, Musca
Ten sets of experiments were carried out using the larvae of Musca
vestimenti Nitzsch) (Pediculidae) from "mosche" (= Musca
domestica), in Sicily, Italy; Bohne (1915): Pediculus sp.
Evaluation of commercial and field-expedient baited traps for house flies, Musca
Insects too are influenced easily by such pollutants, therefore present study have been designed to study the influence of lead (as lead acetate) on external morphology of Musca