Flesh Flies and Keds (Oct. 13)

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Flesh Flies and Keds Order: Diptera o 188 families o 10,000 genera o 150,000 species Diptera o Last lecture House Fly,  Muscadomestica Face Fly,  Muscaautumnalis Stable Fly,  Stomoxyscalcitrans Horn Fly,  Haematobiairritans Screw worm (blow fly),  Cochliomyiahominivorax  o This lecture Flesh Fly, Sarcophagidae Keds, Hippoboscidae Flesh Fly: Sarcophagidae o 3/8 to 1⁄2 inch in length o Checkerboard pattern on abdomen (not metallic) o Bodies tend to be bristly o Necrophagous – obligatory parasites; some cause Myiasis o Complete metamorphosis (holometabolous) Flesh Fly: Sarcophagidae o Larviparous o Many associated with carrion or feces o Myiasis Larvae often laid on healthy skin Gastrointestinal myiasis o Domestic animal hosts Dogs, horses, cattle, goats, swine, sheep, poultry.
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Flesh Fly: Sarcophagidae o Sarcophaga haemorrhoidalis Common flesh fly (a.k.a. red-tailed flesh fly) Frequently used in forensic investigations o
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  • Fall '07
  • Bay
  • Keds, Hippoboscidae, flesh fly, Sarcophagidae, red-tailed flesh fly, Common flesh fly

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