sarcophagid

sarcophagid

pertaining to Sarcophaga spp.
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The morphological characteristics of the mouth hooks, pharyngeal sclerite, anterior spiracles, and posterior spiracles are key features for dividing the instars of a sarcophagid flesh fly (Vairo et al.
2012) made the first report of myasis in frogs from the Cordillera Central of Colombia, in which an individual of Pristimantis thectopternus (LYNCH, 1965) was parasitized by a larvae of a Sarcophagid species.
Diversity and seasonal dynamics of an assemblage of sarcophagid Diptera in a gradient of urbanization.
Calliphorid and sarcophagid fly fauna of district Faisalabad.
New records of some Sarcophagid flies with distribution of all known flesh flies (Diptera: Sarcophagidae) of Saudi Arabia.
Kleptoparasitic behaviour has been noted in four genera of Sphaeroceridae and one species of sarcophagid, Ravinia derelicta (Walker), described by Sivinski (1983) as a facultative kleptoparasite in scarab dung balls.
Most of the collected individuals were found in May, which coincides with the wettest month; on the other hand, the least number of sarcophagid flies were collected during February when the precipitation was very low.
Interest in the study of sarcophagid larvae has increased with the step forward in forensic entomology, where they are considered potential indicators of the time of death (Perez-Moreno et al.
1989) investigated the effect of cocaine and its metabolite benzoly-cocaine on the rate of development of Sarcophagid Boettcherisca peregrina and found that cocaine accelerated the growth rate of maggots feeding on the tissue.
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.