SNIPE PHORID FRUIT - FLIES PHE

  1. SNIPE FLIES
    They readily attack
    humans, deer, cattle, and horses,
  2. SNIPE FLIES
    usually inflicting a
    painful bite around the head.
  3. SNIPE FLIES
    Although they may be annoying to humans, livestock, and wildlife,
    they
    have not been implicated in the transmission of any disease organisms
  4. PHORID FLIES/HUMPBACKED FLIES
    M_ scalaris is the phorid of most medical importance
    Megaselia
  5. PHORID FLIES/HUMPBACKED FLIES
    Megaselia S_ is the phorid of most medical importance
    scalaris
  6. PHORID FLIES/HUMPBACKED FLIES
    The female lays eggs in
    fruits and vegetables, feces, and decaying plant and animal matter.
  7. PHORID FLIES/HUMPBACKED FLIES
    Sporadic cases of facultative human myiasis caused by
    M. scalaris include
    cutaneous, pneumonic, nasal, gastrointestinal, urogenital, and ophthalmic myiasis
  8. PHORID FLIES/HUMPBACKED FLIES
    Phorid larvae also are commonly associated with
    decomposing animal remains, where they tend to be late invaders after the calliphorid flies have pupated
  9. PHORID FLIES/HUMPBACKED FLIES
    Phorid larvae also are commonly associated with
  10. PHORID FLIES/HUMPBACKED FLIES
    This fly is often a problem around
    mausoleums and mortuaries, where the larvae develop in burial crypts, producing large numbers of adults
  11. PHORID FLIES/HUMPBACKED FLIES
    is commonly associated with interred human remains that have been underground for up to a year
    Coffin fly
  12. SMALL FRUIT FLIES/DROSOPHILIDAE
    occasionally found in the
    putrid effluents from corpses.
  13. SMALL FRUIT FLIES/DROSOPHILIDAE
    Drosophila funebris has been reported to cause
    intestinal myiasis in humans
Author
ianquinto
ID
351454
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SNIPE PHORID FRUIT - FLIES PHE
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SNIPE PHORID FRUIT - FLIES PHE
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