Phaenicia sericata

Phae·ni·ci·a ser·i·ca·ta

(fĕ-nish'ē-ŏ ser'i-kā'tă),
A common species of yellowish or metallic green blowfly (family Calliphoridae, order Diptera); an abundant scavenger feeding on carrion or excrement, and implicated in sheep strike and other forms of myiasis.
Synonym(s): Lucilia sericata
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Growth effects of Phaenicia sericata larval extracts on fibroblasts: mechanism for wound healing by maggot therapy.
Los casos de miasis nasal informados en el mundo han sido causados por varias especies diferentes, entre ellas: Lucilia sencata en Corea (2) y en Iran (18), Estro ovis en Argelia y Francia, Lucilia cuprina (19) y Phaenicia sericata en Malasia, Cochliomyia hominivorax en Guayana Francesa, Drosophila melanogaster en Turquia, Eristalis tenaxen Iran (16) y Oestrus ovisen Israel (20).
indica and seemed to be associated with larvae of the Phaenicia sericata fly, found throughout the world.
The common green bottle fly, Lucilia sericata, formerly Phaenicia sericata, is a common visitor to carrion, feces, and garbage.
Miasis producida por Phaenicia sericata (Meigen, 1826) (Calliphoridae, Luciliini) Rev.
Later, Mariluis & Schnack (2002) cited 25 species for the country and Mariluis & Mulieri (2003) recorded 13 species in the Tucuman province, Northwestern Argentina, including Calliphora nigribasis Macquart, Calliphora vicina Robineau-Desvoidy, Phaenicia cluvia (Walker), Phaenicia peruviana (Robineau-Desvoidy), Phaenicia sericata (Meigen), Cochliomyia macellaria (Fabricius), Compsomyiops fulvicrura (Robineau-Desvoidy), Compsomyiops verena (Walker), Chrysomya albiceps (Wiedemann), Chrysomya chloropyga (Wiedemann), Paralucilia pseudolyrcea (Mello), Sarconesia chlorogaster (Wiedemann), and Sarconesiopsis magellanica (Le Guillou) (Mariluis & Mulieri 2003).
Es conocida tambien con el nombre cientifico de Phaenicia sericata (1).
Chrysomya rufifacies, Calliphora vomitoria, Phaenicia Sericata and Musca domestica.
Effects of seven antibiotics on the growth and development of Phaenicia sericata (Diptera Calliphoridae) larvae.
Regarding host species, most parasitoid emergences came from masses of puparia which had produced both Phaenicia sericata Meigen (Calliphoridae) and Sarcophaga spp (Sarcophagidae).
A total of 2905 specimens were captured at the three surveyed localities; they included four species: the natives, Compsomyiops fulvicrura (Robineau-Desvoidy) and Sarconesia chlorogaster (Wiedemann), and the exotics, Phaenicia sericata (Meigen) and Calliphora vicina (Robineau-Desvoidy).