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Unformatted text preview: Associated odor of decay c. Advanced decomposition (black putrifaction) c.i. Gases have escaped c.ii. Flesh is a creamy consistency c.iii. Odor of decay very strong c.iv. Insects = prime factor in decay c.iv.1. Mature maggots wander off to form pupae c.iv.2. Predatory maggots common c.iv.3. Increase in necrophagous/predaceous beetles and parasioid wasps d. Skeletonization d.i. Body dries out and becomes leathery d.i.1. Parts in contact with groud will mold d.i.2. Less conducive to maggots d.ii. Cheesy odor d.iii. Major insect succession d.iii.1. Dermestid beetles d.iii.2. Cheese skippers d.iii.3. Coffin fly d.iii.4. Still maintain predaceous beetles d.iii.5. And parasitoid wasps...
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This note was uploaded on 01/16/2012 for the course ENY 1001 taught by Professor Barfield during the Fall '11 term at University of Florida.
- Fall '11