SNIPE FLIES PHE 02

  1. SNIPE FLIES PHE 02
    4.5 to 15 mm SHAPE SHAPE bodied flies that can range in color from black to brown and yellow.
    LONG STOUT
  2. SNIPE FLIES PHE 02
    4.5 to 15 mm SHAPE SHAPE bodied flies that can range in color from black to brown and yellow.
    LONG STOUT
  3. SNIPE FLIES PHE 02
    4.5 to 15 mm SHAPE SHAPE bodied flies that can range in color from COLOR to brown and yellow.
    BLACK
  4. SNIPE FLIES PHE 02
    4.5 to 15 mm SHAPE SHAPE bodied flies that can range in color from black to COLOR and yellow.
    BROWN
  5. SNIPE FLIES PHE 02
    4.5 to 15 mm SHAPE SHAPE bodied flies that can range in color from black to brown and COLOR.
    YELLOW
  6. SNIPE FLIES PHE 02
    Though most snipe flies are predators of other insects, one genus (Symphoromyia) has adapted to feeding on BLANK
    MAMMAL BLOOD
  7. SNIPE FLIES PHE 02
    Similar to mosquitoes, only BLANK BLANK will seek out and bite hosts.
    ADULT FEMALES
  8. SNIPE FLIES PHE 02
    Typical hosts can include a number of mammals such as
    deer, cattle, horses, dogs, and humans.
  9. SNIPE FLIES PHE 02
    Bites on humans usually occur around the BODY PART AND BODY PART, but are also common on the front and back of the hands.
    FACE AND NECK
  10. SNIPE FLIES PHE 02
    Bites on humans usually occur around the face and neck, but are also common on the front and back of the BODY PART.
    FRONT AND BACK OF THE HANDS
  11. SNIPE FLIES PHE 02
    The bite of a snipe fly is painful, most likely because its METHOD/METHOD mouthparts are similar to closely related horse flies and deer flies
    SLASHING/SPONGING
  12. SNIPE FLIES PHE 02
    The bite of a snipe fly is painful, most likely because its slashing/sponging mouthparts are similar to closely related FLIES AND FLIES
    horse flies and deer flies
  13. SNIPE FLIES PHE 02
    The bite can cause moderate to severe BLANK and small droplets of blood can pool at the bite site.
    INFLAMMATION
  14. SNIPE FLIES PHE 02
    The bite can cause moderate to severe inflammation and small droplets of blood can pool at the BLANK
    BITE SITE
  15. SNIPE FLIES PHE 02
    Because of the intermittent probing and feeding interruption during a BLANK,
    snipe flies pinned as a possible vector of tularemia and similar diseases
    BLOOD MEAL
  16. SNIPE FLIES PHE 02
    Larvae of blood live in BLANK AND BLANK, where they are predators of other dipteran larvae.
    SOIL AND MOSS
  17. SNIPE FLIES PHE 02
    Larvae of blood live in soil and moss, where they are predators of other dipteran BLANK.
    LARVAE
  18. SNIPE FLIES PHE 02
    Vector Control District lab staff have collected adult specimens in BLANK baited traps
    CO2
  19. SNIPE FLIES PHE 02
    Family R_
    Family Rhagionidae
  20. SNIPE FLIES PHE 02
    genus (S_)
    genus (Symphoromyia)
  21. SNIPE FLIES PHE 02
    G_-b_ Snipe flies Chrysopilus thoracicus
    Golden-backed Snipe flies Chrysopilus thoracicus
Author
ianquinto
ID
351881
Card Set
SNIPE FLIES PHE 02
Description
SNIPE FLIES PHE 02
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