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Sarcophaga (Liosarcophaga) dux (Diptera: Sarcophagidae): A flesh fly species of medical importance
- K. Sukontason, S. Sanit, T. Klong-klaew, J. Tomberlin, K. Sukontason
- Biology, MedicineBiological Research
- 1 April 2014
Information will enable to accurate identify this species and to emphasis the increase medically important scene in Thailand, as well as assist in accurate identification and medical involvement of this species.
Parasarcophaga (Liopygia) ruficornis (Diptera:Sarcophagidae): a flesh fly species of medical importance.
- S. Suwannayod, S. Sanit, K. Sukontason, K. Sukontason
- Biology, MedicineTropical biomedicine
- 1 June 2013
Important characteristics used to identify P. ruficornis have been provided for both its third instar and adult for identification purpose in the future.
Morphology of puparia of flesh flies in Thailand.
Differences between species were found in the number and arrangement of papillae in the anterior spiracle, the shape of intersegmental spines between the prothorax and mesothorAX and the pattern of spiracular tufts at the posterior spiracle.
Occurrence of blow fly species (Diptera: calliphoridae) in Phitsanulok Province, Northern Thailand.
- N. Bunchu, K. Sukontason, S. Sanit, Polprecha Chidburee, H. Kurahashi, K. Sukontason
- Environmental Science, BiologyTropical biomedicine
- 1 December 2012
The diversity indices, species evenness and richness, and similarity coefficients of the blow fly species in various areas are calculated and compared to identify the potential of forensicallyimportant fly species within Phitsanulok Province and fulfill the information on blow fly fauna in Thailand.
Observations on morphology of immature Lucilia porphyrina (Diptera: Calliphoridae), a fly species of forensic importance
- T. Klong-klaew, K. Sukontason, P. Sribanditmongkol, K. Moophayak, S. Sanit, K. Sukontason
- BiologyParasitology Research
- 25 July 2012
The key for identifying third instar of forensically important flies in Thailand has been updated to include L. porphyrina, and several features that are shared by L. cuprina need certain identification to distinguish between them.
Morphology and identification of fly eggs: application in forensic entomology.
The key for identifying these eggs together with other reported species in Thailand has been updated and their island structure was apparent at the inner surface of the upright hatching pleats.
Morphology of immature stages of blow fly, Lucilia sinensis Aubertin (Diptera: Calliphoridae), a potential species of forensic importance.
Morphology and Developmental Rate of the Blow Fly, Hemipyrellia ligurriens (Diptera: Calliphoridae): Forensic Entomology Applications
- N. Bunchu, Chinnapat Thaipakdee, A. Vitta, S. Sanit, K. Sukontason, K. Sukontason
- BiologyJournal of parasitology research
- 25 June 2012
The morphology of all stages and the developmental rate of H. ligurriens reared under natural ambient conditions in Phitsanulok province, northern Thailand are determined and morphological features based on observing under a light microscope were described and demonstrated to use for identification purpose.
A field study to evaluate PMI estimation methods for advanced decomposition stages
A field study was conducted, using eight pig cadavers of different body weights and physical coverage, left to decompose under natural conditions for 16 days, to investigate practical (field) application, eventual interferences, and/or synergetic effects, as well as the robustness of these methods towards specific influencing factors.
Bionomics of the oriental latrine fly Chrysomya megacephala (Fabricius) (Diptera: Calliphoridae): temporal fluctuation and reproductive potential
Dissection of the females indicated that fecundity was highest during the rainy season, followed by winter and summer, which offers insights into bionomics, which may be considered for integrated fly control strategies and forensic entomology issues.