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In Mediterranean countries, Sarcophaga (Liopygia) crassipalpis, Sarcophaga (L.) argyrostoma, and Sarcophaga (L.) cultellata share… Expand Since insect species are poikilothermic organisms, they generally exhibit different growth patterns depending on the temperature… Expand The identification of species of the forensically important genus Sarcophaga is very difficult and requires strong taxonomic… Expand The genetic basis of host preference has been investigated in only a few species. It is relevant to important questions in… Expand The phylogenetic relationships among flesh flies of the family Sarcophagidae has been based mainly on the morphology of male… Expand ABSTRACT
We report a rare case of myiasis caused simultaneously by three dipterous species. A 54 yr-old indigent patient was… Expand In the present study, different fly species were associated with foodborne and other pathogens. Wild synanthropic flies belonging… Expand The temperature-dependent development of the forensically important flesh fly Liopygia (Thomsonea) argyrostoma (Robineau-Desvoidy… Expand Abstract. Four sympatric species of Sarcophaga, viz S.cruentata Meigen, S.exuberans Pandelle, S.nodosa Engel and S. tibialis… Expand A cDNA clone for sapecin, an antibacterial protein produced by an embryonic cell line of Sarcophaga peregrina, was isolated and… Expand