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Lucilia

(lū-sil'ē-ă),
A genus of scavenging blowflies (family Calliphoridae), commonly called bluebottle or greenbottle flies; its larvae feed on carrion or excrement and occasionally cause wound infestation or myiasis.

Lucilia

a genus of blowflies in the family Calliphoridae.

Lucilia caesar, Lucilia illustris
flies with bright metallic colors. Called copper-bottle or green-bottle flies.
Lucilia cuprina, Lucilia sericata
important causes of blowfly strike in sheep. See also cutaneous myiasis.
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1 Diptera Calliphoridae Lucilia coeruleiviridis 1 Diptera Piophilidae Piophila casei 2 Diptera Sepsidae Sepsis spp.
Lucilia sericata has a predicted central and western distribution, with a very low likelihood of occurring in the northern parts of South Africa.
De Cat S, Larsen JWA, Anderson N (2012) Survival over winter and spring emergence of Lucilia cuprina (Diptera: Calliphoridae) in south-eastern Australia.
O segundo e terceiro artigos--O sujeito e a tessitura dos sentidos no discurso jornalistico e ARACRUZ e MST: um confronto de discursividades nas textualizacoes midiaticas, escritos respectivamente por Lucilia Romao/Ludmila Ferrarezi e Lucilia Romao/Vivian Moureira--, enfocam, dentre outras questoes, a nao-neutralidade do discurso jornalistico.
The peptide has an 83-100% identity with proteins of Anopheles gambiae, notch homolog scalloped wings of Lucilia cuprina, delta protein of Apis mellifera; neu5Ac synthase and tyrosine phosphatase of Drosophila melanogaster, and a putative protein of Drosophila pseudoobscura.
He markets his sterile Lucilia Sericatalarvae as the ``smallest surgeons in the world.
his marriage to Lucilia Guimaraes and later his life with Arminda ("Mindinha") Neves d'Almeida, his meeting and subsequent friendship with [Arthur] Rubinstein, his activities at the "Week of Modern Art" in Sao Paulo, his first residency in Paris in the 1920s and the resulting recognition of his talent, his involvement in music education and related projects in the 1930s and 1940s, and his international acclamation from 1944, the year of his first trip to the United States.
Cochliomyia macellaria (Fabricius, 1775) and Lucilia eximia (Wiedemann, 1819), for example, appear to be synanthropic (i.
Silvester of Phoenix, AZ; Karah Kilmain & Kevin of Dover, NH; step-children & their spouses, Cliff Cobb & Lucilia of Stoughton; Erin DiMeco & Steven of Clinton.
The sheep blowfly Lucilia sericata has a long history in medicine and its maggots have been used in wound healing.
Dallwitz R, Wardhaugh KG (1984) Overwintering of prepupae of Lucilia cuprina (Diptera: Calliphoridae) in the Canberra region.