agrarius mice and goats in Jiangsu Province, China (21), and from the gadfly (species not defined) in the family Tabanidae
in Henan Province, China (17).
The family Tabanidae
includes horse flies, deer flies, and yellow flies, which are considered significant pests of livestock in the United States (Hansens 1979; Goodwin et al.
They belong to the insect order Diptera, families Tabanidae
35) 0 Tabanidae
0 0 Others macroinvertebrates Dugesiidae 22 (38.
Although not formally employed at the Natal Museum, Pamela was in receipt of a series of grants from the CSIR and worked on the systematics of Tabanidae
(11), publishing a series of taxonomic papers under her maiden name in the Annals of the Natal Museum (e.
The macroinvertebrate community in the mainstream of the Pigeon River commonly includes stoneflies (Taeniopterigidae), mayflies (Leptophlebiidae, Heptageniidae), caddisflies (Limnephilidae, Hydropsychidae, Phryganeidae, Polycentropodidae, Phil-opotamidae), amphipods (Gammaridae), isopods (Asellidae), black flies (Simuliidae), midges (Chironomidae), other Diptera (Athericidae, Culici-dae, Tabanidae
, Tipulidae), true bugs (Belostomatidae, Corixidae, Gerridae, Nepidae, Notonectidae, Veliidae), water beetles (Dytiscidae, Gyrinidae, Haliplidae, Hydrophilidae), dragon flies (Anisoptera), damsel flies (Coena-grionidae)T hellgrammites (Corydalidae), alderflies (Sialidae), and crayfish (Decapoda).
This trap type is intended to be placed in an open, sunny area to heat the black plastic, which serves as an attractant for Tabanidae
and other blood-feeding insects.
Ceratopogonidae 6 1 (heavily Tabanidae
5 1 polluted) Coenagrionidae (Agria 7 1 sp.
The following 17 Dipteran families were recorded for both sites: Tabanidae
, Stratiomyidae, Asilidae, Culicidae, Mycetophilidae, Tachinidae, Muscidae, Tipulidae, Anthomyiidae, Bombyliidae, Tanypezidae, Syrphidae, Sciaridae, Pipunculidae, Chironomidae, Dolichopodidae, and Conopidae.
A total of 64 cultures of Spiroplasma were isolated from 100 flies (Tabanidae
) in Costa Rica, representing 19 species distributed in 6 genera of Tabanidae
7,11 Diptera Muscidae Musca domestica 7-11,14-15,17 Diptera Calliphoridae Chrysomya rufifacies 7-11 Diptera Tabanidae
Diachlorus 10 ferrugatus ** Diptera Piophilidae * 15 Fall 2010--Raccoon Hymenoptera Formicidae Solenopsis invicta 1,3,6,9,13 Diptera Calliphoridae Chrysomya rufifacies 6,8-10,13-15 Coleoptera * * 7 Diptera Muscidae Musca domestica 9-10,14-15 Diptera Fanniidae Fannia spp.