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Review of forensically important entomological specimens in the period of 1972 - 2002.
TLDR
A large number of fly species were found on human cadavers, the predominant species are still those of Chrysomya, megacephala and rufifacies, and nudiseta is reported for the second time in Peninsular Malaysia.
Bacteria fauna from the house fly, Musca domestica (L.).
TLDR
Fly as a potential mechanical vector of pathogenic bacteria was elucidated in this study by examining flies from various breeding sites such as food courts, dumping ground, food processing areas and poultry farm in Peninsular Malaysia.
A preliminary study of insect succession on a pig carcass in a palm oil plantation in Malaysia.
TLDR
This preliminary study was carried out in a palm oil plantation in Tanjung Sepat, Selangor by using pig (Sus scrofa) as a carcass model in forensic entomological research, and was the first record in this country.
Distribution and abundance of diurnal and nocturnal dipterous flies in the Federal Territory, Putrajaya.
TLDR
The highest number of flies were caught from the lake-area followed by botanical garden, administration building, housing areas, wetland and jungle fringes, and the most dominant species was Chrysomya megacephala, followed by species of Sarcophagidae and Musca domestica.
Ectoparasite fauna of rodents and shrews from four habitats in Kuala Lumpur and the states of Selangor and Negeri Sembilan, Malaysia and its public health significance.
TLDR
Urban and forest rodents were significantly higher in ecto-parasitic infestation, compared to rats from the other two habitats, however, there was no significant statistical association between male and female rodents infested with ectoparasites.
Study of insect succession and rate of decomposition on a partially burned pig carcass in an oil palm plantation in Malaysia.
TLDR
Results showed that there was no significant difference between the rate of decomposition and sequence of faunal succession on both pig carcasses, and postmortem interval (PMI) can still be estimated from the partially burnt pig carcass.
A Study of Cow Dung Diptera in Sentul Timur, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
TLDR
Most muscid flies are bloodsuckers while the sepsid and other families are scavengers on the cow dung, followed by Muscidae, such as Musca inferior and Stomoxys calcitrans.
Plasmodium knowlesi malaria an emerging public health problem in Hulu Selangor, Selangor, Malaysia (2009–2013): epidemiologic and entomologic analysis
TLDR
Anopheles introlatus has been incriminated as vector of P. knowlesi in Hulu Selangor district and further research using molecular techniques is needed to plan effective control strategies.
First report of the house fly larvae, Musca domestica (Linnaeus) (Diptera: Muscidae) associated with the monkey carcass in Malaysia.
TLDR
This study recorded the first finding of M. domestica maggots on primate carcass in Malaysia, a first for the third instar of the housefly.
INDONESIAN JOURNAL OF LEGAL AND FORENSIC SCIENCES
TLDR
The postmortem interval of eleven forensic cases sent for autopsy examination at Ipoh Hospital and Hospital University Kebangsaan Malaysia between of January to December 2003 varied from one day to 10 days, with Ch.
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