Drone fly

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Drone´ fly`


1.(Zool.) A dipterous insect (Eristalis tenax), resembling the drone bee. See Eristalis.
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canicularis, y especies de la familia Syrphidae como Eristalis tenax y O.
Con respecto a las miasis accidentales por dipteros de la familia Syrphidae, se reporto por primera vez el caso clinico de una paciente chilena de 27 anos de edad, la cual en un periodo menstrual presento sensacion de cuerpo extrano movil en la region vaginal y luego expulso larvas que fueron identificadas como larvas de tercer estado de Eristalis tenax (Diptera: Syrphidae) (10).
First Report of Human Nasal Myiasis Caused by Eristalis tenax in Iran (Diptera: Syrphidae).
Megaselia scalaris, Thyrsocnema incisilobata, Lucilia sericata, Eristalis tenax, Dermatobia hominis, Chrysomya bezziana, Fannia canilicularis and Psychoda albipennis (similar to our case) have been reported (3, 6-9).
In our country, three different cases caused by three different species including scrotal myiasis due to Dermatobia hominis in a 21-year old patient (12), urogenital myiasis due to Eristalis tenax in a 58-year old woman (13) and urogenital myiasis due to Lucilia sericata in another patient (8) were reported.
and Zimbabwe Eristalis tenax Sanguinivorous Auchmeromyia luteola Zimbabwe-Harare, Mutare and Hwange Type of myiasis Reference Ocular 15 16 17 18 19 20 Ocular and nasal 21 Cutaneous 22 23 24 25 26 27 28, 29, 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 Furuncular 38 39 40 41 42 43 39 44 45 39 46 Gastrointestinal 35 47 Intestinal 48 Rectal 35 Urinogenital 35 Sanguinivorous 35 Table 2.
The mimetic hoverflies, Sphecomyia vittata (Wiedemann), Ceriana signifera (Loew), Tenthredomyia abbreviate (Loew) and Spilomyia hamifera Loew hold their antennae in positions which suggest the geniculate antennae of wasps (Waldbauer, 1970) and the dronefly Eristalis tenax (Linnaeus) (Diptera: Syrphidae) was able to mimic the flight behaviour of honeybees (Golding et al.
Similarity in flight behaviour between the honeybee Apis mellifera (Hymenoptera: Apidae) and its presumed mimic, the dronefly Eristalis tenax (Diptera: Syrphidae).
Males of the syrphids Eristalis tenax and Copestylum apiciferum perched on the ground along the ridgeline.
Territoriality in the drone fly, Eristalis tenax (Diptera: Syrphidae).
Las miasis intestinales debidas a las larvas de la "mosca zangano o abejon" Eristalis tenax, son reportadas esporadicamente en varios paises y son brevemente mencionadas en los grandes libros de Medicina Tropical y Parasitologia.
En esta ocasion, se presenta un caso que se considero en principio como una miasis intestinal por Eristalis tenax, pero que se reviso epidemiologicamente en detalle, para poder llegar a una conclusion concreta y satisfactoria de la situacion real.