References: Carnivore (C), Carnivore-Insectivore (CI), Frugivore-Insectivore (FI), Granivore (G), Granivore-Frugivore (GF), Granivore-Insectivore (GI), Insectivore (I), Necrophage
(Ne), Nectarivore (N) and Omnivore (O).
Species of necrophage
insect families come to live in human and animal wounds and otherbody's areas and cause myiasis.
Depending on the environmental conditions, this animal may be a predator of small invertebrates, necrophage
, or detritophage.
flavicincta, despite having carnivorous larval habits, is similar to necrophage
and pollen feeding bees (Serrao & Cruz-Landim 1995).
Delving into a terrorist plot to drop a necrophage
bomb on the people, she has to deal with the threat and still deal with the pressures of teenagerdom.
Depending on the environmental conditions this animal could be predator of small invertebrates, necrophage
lobipes would be classified here as a generalist feeder when in fact it is known to be a strict necrophage
Arthropods associated with a carcass are generally classified into four ecological categories: necrophages
, parasites and predators of the necrophages
, omnivores, and adventive species (7).
 Berrouane, F.Z., 2013.Quelques aspects sur la biosystematique des Dipteres zoophiles et necrophages
en zone suburbaine (El-Harrach).
The differences in Se concentrations within insect trophic groups shown in Figure 2 demonstrate significantly higher Se concentrations for predatory insects than those for herbivores and necrophages
(H = 10,17; P = 0,0062; n = 46; Kruskal-Wallis ANOVA) (the mean Se concentration value for predators is 470 [micro]g [kg.sup.-1] wet weight; n = 28).
Although it possibly feeds on material in the stomach, it might use decaying resources other than carrion too (Frolov & Scholtz 2005), and therefore belongs either to the guild of obligate necrophages
or opportunistic saprophages (Villet 2011).