Muscina

Muscina

a genus of flies in the family Muscidae.

Muscina assimilis, Muscina pabulorum, Muscina stabulans
denizens of rotting fruit and carrion.
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In the fresh stage of carcass decomposition, Lucilia sericata, Chrysomya albiceps, Musca domestica, Muscina stabulans, Sarcophaga africa, Anthomyia pluvialis, Piophila casei and several Sarcophagidae were collected.
Species from family Anthomyidae (Diptera), Musca domestica (Linnaeus, 1758), Muscina stabulans (Fallen, 1817) (Diptera: Muscidae), family Sarcophagidae (Diptera), Dermestes lardarius (Linnaeus, 1758) (Coleoptera: Dermestidae), family Histeridae (Coleoptera), family Vespidae (Hymenoptera) were also identified.
chlorogaster (LIII) 224 Chlorobrachycoma versicolor 1 Bigot (A) Paralucilia pseudolyrcea 0 Mello (A) Paralucilia fulvinota 0 Bigot (A) Sarcophagidae Sarcophaga (Liopygia) 0 argyrostoma Robineau- Desvoidy (A) Sarcophaga (Lipoptilocnema) 4 margaretae Lahille (A) Ravinia aureopyga Hall (A) 1 Sarcophaga Meigen (A) 1 Microcerella Macquart (A) 1 Microcerella aulacophyto 0 Pape (A) Oxysarcodexia 0 paulistanensis Mattos (A) Tricharaea occidua 0 Fabricius (A) Oxysarcodexia varia Walker 0 (A) Sarcophagidae (LII) 0 Sarcophagidae (LIII) 0 Muscidae Musca domestica Linnaeus 2 (A) Muscina Robineau-Desvoidy 0 (A) Muscina stabulans Fallen 2 (A) Arthurella choelensis 0 Patitucci & Mariluis (A) Muscidae sp.
Intestinal Chrysomya chloropyga South Africa Rectal Muscina stabulans Zimbabwe Urinogenital Sarcophaga sp.
On the other hand, Muscina stabulans (Fallen, 1817) and Psilochaeta pampiana (Shannon & Del Ponte, 1926), which were captured on 49 and 43 samples respectively, were those with highest frequency.
Efficacy of triflumuron (Bay Sir-8514) for remedial control of the false stable fly Muscina stabulans (Fallen) (Diptera : Muscidae).
Muscina stabulans (Fallen, 1817) was recorded from Namibia by Bezzi (1908: 191, Rooibank in the hinterland of Walfischbay) and Lindner (1976: 78, Swakopmund).
En un muestreo de moscas en 60 establos lecheros del estado de Aguascalientes, se encontraron 2,154 de Haematobia irritans irritans, 983 de Stomoxys calcitrans, 836 de Musca domestica, 526 de Fannia canicularis y 423 de Muscina stabulans (Cruz y col; 1999).
Muscina stabulans (Fallen, 1817) (Diptera, Muscidae), commonly known as the false stable fly, is a cosmopolitan, synanthropic, anautogenous species most often founded in the Neotropical Region.
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).
The Population Ecology of Muscina stabulans (Diptera: Muscidae) along a urbanrural gradient in Buenos Aires, Argentina.