Contribution to the knowledge of Diptera (Insecta) parasitizing on birds

@article{Matyukhin2008ContributionTT,
  title={Contribution to the knowledge of Diptera (Insecta) parasitizing on birds},
  author={Aleksandr Vladimirovich Matyukhin and M. G. Krivosheina},
  journal={Entomological Review},
  year={2008},
  volume={88},
  pages={258-259}
}
Data on the species composition and biology of Diptera, parasitizing on 11 bird species, including Passer montanus, Passer domesticus, Parus coeruleus, Parus major, Corvus frugilegus, Corvus cornix, Sturnus vulgaris, Emberiza citronella, Jynx torquilla, Anthus trivialis, and Crex crex, are given. Biological features of Protocalliphora azurea, Carnus hemapterus, Coboldia fuscipes, and Ornithomyia avicularia are discussed. 
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