chitiniclastica has also been isolated in China from Chrysomya
megacephala oriental latrine flies, a screwworm species common in tropical and subtropical regions that is a facultative cause of myiasis (4,5).
rufifacies (Macquart) (Diptera: Calliphoridae) and Musca domestica (L.
cuprina (Wiedemann) (n = 14), Chrysomya
chloropyga (n = 1), C.
Braack & Retief (1986) showed that the blowflies Chrysomya
albiceps (Wiedemann, 1819) and C.
Determination of malathion levels and the effect of malathion on the growth of Chrysomya
megacephala (Fibricius) in malathion- exposed rat carcass.
Population dynamics and parasitism of hymenopterans parasitoids of Chrysomya
megacephala (Fabricius) (Diptera, Calliphoridae), in Rio de Janeiro city, Brazil.
The proportion of the 3 primary fly species, Musca domestica, Chrysomya
megacephala, and Lucilia cuprina (with total number of flies from each category in parentheses), attracted and killed by the untreated and treated Terminator(r) Pro traps during field Trials 1 and 2 (data not log-transformed).
Flies live in close association with humans, the most important include the housefly family, with the genera Musca, Fannia and Muscina; the biting flies, Stomoxvs (Family Muscidae); the blowflies, Chrysomya
, Calliphora and Lucilia; and the flesh-flies, Sarcophaga (7).
In other dipterans, such as Lucilia cuprina (Weidemann) ovipositor sensilla plays role of both taste and smell, in Chrysomya
nigripes Aubertin and C.
vitripennis was a parasitoids of Chrysomya
megacephala (Marchior, 2004).
82%) and Chrysomya
putoria (Diptera: Calliphoridae) (6.
In the last few decades, Old World species such as Chrysomya
albiceps (Wiedemann, 1819), C.