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Poland health system review.
Since the successful transition to a freely elected parliament and a market economy after 1989, Poland is now a stable democracy and is well represented within political and economic organizations inExpand
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Flesh flies (Diptera: Sarcophagidae) colonising large carcasses in Central Europe
Sarcophagidae are an important element of carrion insect community. Unfortunately, results on larval and adult Sarcophagidae from forensic carrion studies are virtually absent mostly due to theExpand
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Effect of body mass and clothing on carrion entomofauna
Carcass mass largely affects pattern and rate of carrion decomposition. Supposedly, it is similarly important for carrion entomofauna; however, most of its likely effects have not been testedExpand
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Long-term study of pig carrion entomofauna.
Long-term changes of carrion entomofauna are poorly understood. No single carrion study lasted longer than one year. We studied entomofauna of large pig carcasses in the second and the third yearExpand
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Comments on the biology of Sciodrepoides watsoni watsoni (Spence, 1813) with descriptions of larvae and pupa (Coleoptera: Leiodidae: Cholevinae).
The late-instar larva of Sciodrepoides watsoni watsoni is redescribed and the egg, first and second instar and pupa are described for the first time. Immature stages habitus, chaetotaxy, detailedExpand
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Factors affecting quality of temperature models for the pre-appearance interval of forensically useful insects.
In the case of many forensically important insects an interval preceding appearance of an insect stage on a corpse (called the pre-appearance interval or PAI) is strongly temperature-dependent.Expand
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Community structure variability of Uropodina mites (Acari: Mesostigmata) in nests of the common mole, Talpa europaea, in Central Europe
Underground nests of Talpa europaea, known as the common mole, are very specific microhabitats, which are also quite often inhabited by various groups of arthropods. Mites from the suborder UropodinaExpand
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Necrophilous Staphylininae (Coleoptera: Staphylinidae) as indicators of season of death and corpse relocation.
Several case studies confirm that habitat and seasonal preferences of necrophilous insects are the source of valuable information about the season of death or corpse relocation. Rove beetlesExpand
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Morphology and identification of first instars of European and Mediterranean blowflies of forensic importance. Part III: Calliphorinae
First instars of Calliphora vomitoria (Linnaeus) and Cynomya mortuorum (Linnaeus) (both: Diptera: Calliphoridae) are thoroughly documented with scanning electron microscopy images, light microscopyExpand
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Phoretic relationships between uropodid mites (Acari: Mesostigmata) and centipedes (Chilopoda) in urban agglomeration areas
The current study concerns phoresy in uropodid mites on centipedes. Research was conducted for eight months (April–November 2006) in three habitat types, each exposed to different degrees ofExpand
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