Ophyra aenescens

Ophyra aenescens

a muscid fly which is a predator for filth flies.
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Ophyra aenescens (Wiedemann 1830) (Diptera: Muscidae), Lucilia eximia (Walker 1849) (Diptera: Calliphoridae), Lucilia sp.
3 (Wiedemann, 1819) Musca domestica 4 100 3/7 42 (Linnaeus, 1758) Ophyra aenescens 2 50 1/2 50 (Wiedemann, 1830) Lucilia eximia 1 25 1/1 100 (Wiedemann, 1819) Bacterial Index richness Value Species Spp.
eximia, and Ophyra aenescens (Wiedemann) were found at this stage on both carcasses and P.
Robineau-Desvoidy 1830 Musca domestica Linnaeus Ophyra aenescens (Wiedemann) Ophyra sp.
Ophyra aenescens (Wiedemann, 1830), although recorded in low frequency (seven sampling dates), showed a relative high abundance (140 specimens).
1758 521 26 Muscina stabulans (Fallen, 1817) 183 157 Mydaea plaumanni Snyder, 1941 1 226 Myospila obscura (Shannon & Del Ponte, 1926) 0 21 Neomuscina zosteris (Shannon & Del Ponte, 1926) 0 1 Neurotrixa felsina (Walker, 1849) 1 93 Ophyra aenescens (Wiedemann, 1830) 27 21 Ophyra albuquerquei Lopes, 1985 0 4 Ophyra chalcogaster (Wiedemann, 1824) 10 20 Phaonia trispila (Bigot, 1885) 0 1 Psilochaeta chalybea (Wiedemann, 1830) 19 42 Psilochaeta chlorogaster (Wiedemann, 1830) 2 10 Psilochaeta pampiana (Shannon & Del Ponte, 1926) 6 292 Synthesiomyia nudiseta (Wulp, 1883) 1 1 Total number of individuals 775 974 Species Rural Total Bithoracochaeta calopus (Bigot, 1885) 1 6 Graphomyia auriceps Malloch, 1934 1 1 Gym nodi a spp.
stabulans were the same as those utilized by other species in this subfamily, such as Ophyra aenescens (Wiedemann, 1830), Ophyra albuquerquei Lopes, 1985, and Synthesiomyia nudiseta (Wulp, 1898) (HOGSETTE & WASHINGTON, 1995; RIBEIRO et al.
Desenvolvimento de Ophyra aenescens Wiedemann, 1830 (Diptera, Muscidae, Azeliinae), em diferentes temperaturas, em condicoes de laboratorio.
Longevidade, oviposicao e viabilidade pupal de Ophyra aenescens Wiedemann, 1830 (Diptera, Muscidae, Azeliinae), em condicoes de laboratorio.
In Argentina, the genus Ophyra has been scarcely studied in previous taxonomic works with a single species, Ophyra aenescens (Wiedeman), and listed for the local fauna (Nihei & Dominguez, 2008; Battan Horenstein et al.
Ophyra aenescens is a widespread synanthropic species, originally from the Neotropical Region (Hogsette & Washington, 1995).