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A review of necrophagous insects colonising human and animal cadavers in south-east Queensland, Australia.
A review of insects collected from decomposing human remains in south-east Queensland yielded 32 species in three orders (Diptera, Coleoptera, Hymenoptera) and 11 families (Calliphoridae,Expand
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Revision of the Afrotropical species of Graptomyza Wiedemann (Diptera: Syrphidae: Volucellini)
A key to the genera of Volucellini is presented and the phylogenetic relationships of its included taxa are analysed. Graptomyza Wiedemann, 1820 is diagnosed and the possible mimicry of meliponidExpand
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RESOURCES IN SCOTTISH NEUROPTEROLOGY
The Neuroptera collections ofthe National Museums ofScotland are hitherto an unexplored resource. Some records based on specimens exist, scattered through the British literature in small reports andExpand
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Ant-lion fauna recorded in the Abu Dhabi Emirate (Neuroptera: Myrmeleontidae)
Abstract The desert areas of the Abu Dhabi Emirate supply suitable habitats for a species-rich ant-lion fauna. A faunistic survey was conducted for adult myrmeleontids, using light traps in 11 desertExpand
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Descriptions of the puparia of three Graptomyza species (Diptera Syrphidae), with comments on probable larval biology
Descriptions of puparia and third instar cephalopharyngeal skeletons of Graptomyza mitis Curran & Bryan 1926, G. signata (Walker 1860), and G. triangulifera (Bigot 1883) are given. The rearing dataExpand
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Effects of peri-mortem infection on the entomofauna of decomposing buried human remains - a metadata analysis.
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  • Engineering, Medicine
  • Science & justice : journal of the Forensic…
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The role of infectious disease as a cause of death is undeniable. The affect infectious disease may have on decomposition after death is less well established. Furthermore, virtually no informationExpand
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Lacewings in the Crop Environment
Lacewings in the Crop Environment , Lacewings in the Crop Environment , مرکز فناوری اطلاعات و اطلاع رسانی کشاورزی
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Diversity of Diptera families that pollinate Ceropegia (Apocynaceae) trap flowers: an update in light of new data and phylogenetic analyses
Pollination by flies (Diptera) has been important to the diversification and ecology of the flowering plants, but is poorly understood in contrast to pollination by other groups such as bees,Expand
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