Callitroga

Callitroga

(kal'i-trō'gă),
Former name for Cochliomyia.
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From the Greek kochlias ("snail with a spiral shell") + myia ("fly") and the Latin hominis ("man") + vorax ("consuming"), Cochliomyia hominivorax, or the New World screwworm fly (formerly Callitroga [Greek kallos, "beautiful," + trogein, "to gnaw"] americana), was first described by French entomologist Charles Coquerel in 1858.
Oestrus ovis eksternal oftalmomiyazisin en yaygin etkeni olmakla beraber Calliphora, Sarcophaga, Gastrophilus, Hyopoderma, Callitroga, Cuterebra, Dermatobia, Wohllfahrtia gibi sinek turleri de oftalmomiyazise neden olabilir.2,3 Oestrus ovis yasam siklusunun larva donemini koyun ve kecilerin burun bosluklarinda geciren zorunlu bir parazittir.
Inicialmente, Coquerel la reporto como Lucilia hominivorax (que literalmente significa, la mosca de la carne que devora a los hombres) (8), pero durante el transcurso del tiempo ha recibido diferentes nombres cientificos como Calliphora infestans, Calliphora antropophaga, Callitroga americana, Cochliomyia americana y su nombre oficial actual Cochliomyia hominivorax (3).
This kind of disease is more frequently caused by flies from the genus Sarcophaga, Lucilia and Callitroga [4].
Las especies principalmente implicadas en esta patologia se corresponden a los generos: Fannia, Musca, Muscina, Stomoxys, Sarcophaga, Parasarcophaga, Piophilla, Calliphora, Callitroga, Lucilia, Eristalis, Helophilus, Megaselia, Calobata, Psychoda, Drosophila y Oestrus (5).