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They belonged to 16 families: Calliphoridae, Muscidae, Fanniidae, Anthomyidae, Scatophagidae, Sarcophagidae, Syrphidae, Piophilidae, Ulidiidae, Phoridae, Sphaeroceridae, Empididae, Chloropidae, Sciaridae, Psycodidae and Mycetophilidae.
2012) found a negative relation between urbanization level and richness of Sarcophagidae species, more in tune with the increasing disturbance hypothesis proposed by Gray (1989).
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.
Las moscas sarcosaprofagas o carroneras mejor estudiadas en este contexto pertenecen a las familias Calliphoridae (moscas metalicas), Sarcophagidae (moscas de la carne) y Muscidae (mosca comun y sus similares), su rol ecologico es importante dada su predominancia en estas comunidades (Hanski 1987a; Ives 1991).
Synanthropy of Sarcophagidae (Diptera) in La Pintada, Antioquia-Colombia
1) Species in the families Muscidae, Calliphoridae, and Sarcophagidae are of particular interest to military vector control specialists because of their ability to rapidly degrade troop health through mechanical transmission of enteric pathogens such as the causal agents of dysentery and cholera.
Sarcophagidae: The members of Sarcophagidae are also called flesh flies.
Tommy Atkins', nos Estados da Bahia e Pernambuco, observou varios insetos que visitaram as flores, mas os mais importantes foram moscas de diversas familias: Calliphoridae, Chironomidae, Dolichopodidae, Milichidae, Muscidae, Otitidae, Sarcophagidae, Syrphidae, Tachinidae, Tephritidae e Tipulidae.
In our study, the sarcophagidae (flesh flies) were well-represented at each site.