calliphorid

calliphorid

pertaining to blowflies.
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Responses to various types of light have been studied in some muscid and calliphorid flies (Zablocka 1972; Meyer 1978; Pickens 1989; Smallegange 2004), but have not been well studied in diurnal Diptera, including in the economically important family Tephritidae.
After 13 days, large numbers of calliphorid puparia (in total n=158) were collected from the soil under the carcass.
The association of calliphorid species with human settlements has been studied for some regions of South America, in Brazil (Linhares 1981a, Carvalho et al.
Calliphorid and sarcophagid fly fauna of district Faisalabad.
In addition, several mats of calliphorid eggs were noted among the feathers of the cranium.
attached phoretically to a calliphorid fly in the United States; Pajot and Germain (1971): Linognathus breviceps (Piaget) (Linognathidae) from Eretmapodites cf.
For longer durations and larger fly populations, the Fly Terminator Pro traps containing attractant and dead flies become more appealing to filth flies, especially to calliphorid filth flies, the longer it is left in traps.
Calliphora can be distinguished from other Neotropical calliphorid genera by the following characters: bare stem vein, lower calypter setose above, bare suprasquamal ridge, thorax dull grey with whitish microtomentum, and abdomen subshining metallic blue with more or less whitish microtomentum (Whitworth, 2012).
An experiment was conducted to evaluate the pupation site preference of Calliphorid and Sarcophagid flies towards the various pupation materials in the months of October and December.
The discovery of several puparia of Calliphoridae containing other calliphorid puparia inside is evidence of more than a single generational cohort.