Streblidae


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Streblidae

[′streb·lə‚dē]
(invertebrate zoology)
The bat flies, a family of cyclorrhaphous dipteran insects in the section Pupipara; adults are ectoparasites on bats.
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Las especies de Streblidae interactuan estrechamente con sus hospederos murcielagos, ya que su ciclo de vida y su morfologia se han adaptado a los habitos de estos, facilitando su condicion de ectoparasitos (Dick y Dittmar 2014).
Los trabajos mas completos sobre la taxonomia de Streblidae y su relacion con los hospederos en America fueron publicados por Wenzel et al.
In the Neotropics, parasitism by Streblidae on Phyllostomidae bats is well known.
In order to complement knowledge about how host or environmental factors can influence the relationship between Streblidae flies and Artibeus bats, it was analyzed data on sex, body size, reproductive condition and host age, as well as environmental temperature and humidity.
Novos registros de moscas ectoparasitas (Diptera, Streblidae e Nycteribiidae) de morcegos (Mammalia, Chiroptera) em areas de transicao cerrado--floresta estacional no Mato Grosso do Sul, Brasil.
Desse total, 69 morcegos encontravam-se parasitados com nove especies de Streblidae, sendo Trichobius joblingi e Trichobius tiptoni as especies mais freqiientes do total de estreblideos coletados.
The order Diptera includes hematophagous species that belong to two families, Streblidae and Nycteribiidae, which are exclusive bat ectoparasites (Wenzel et al.
The most common association between ectoparasites families was between Streblidae and Spinturnicidae.
The frequency data of Streblidae was significantly associated (Fisher's p = 0.
2010) and one in Nycteribiidae and Streblidae (see Dittmar et al.
Thomas Papp supplied literature, information and images of the tarsal claw and puvulli of Streblidae (Figs 45, 46).
Batflies (Diptera: Streblidae, Nycteribiidae) parasitic on bats (Mammalia: Chiroptera) at Parque Estadual de Cantareira, Sao Paulo, Brazil: parasitism rates and host-parasite associations.