These false eagles most rarely kill any living bird or animal; and their vulture-like, necrophagous
habits are very evident to any one who has fallen asleep on the desolate plains of Patagonia, for when he wakes, he will see, on each surrounding hillock, one of these birds patiently watching him with an evil eye: it is a feature in the landscape of these countries, which will be recognised by every one who has wandered over them.
As far as the avifauna of the Park is concerned, a network of feeders, mainly for necrophagous
birds, will be built throughout the protected area,' he said.
Concerning the feeding guild, species were classified as coprophagous ([greater than or equal to] 80 % of captures occurred in traps baited with faeces), necrophagous
([greater than or equal to] 80 % of captures occurred in traps baited with rotten meat), saprophages ([greater than or equal to] 80 % of captures occurred in traps baited with rotten banana) and generalists (species not covered in the previous groups) (Almeida & Louzada, 2009; Da Silva & Di Mare, 2012).
Forensic entomology: a new hypothesis for the chronological succession pattern of necrophagous
insect on human corpses.
gracile is necrophagous
, but not predatory, feeding on dead snails and other animal protein.
Its main application is in the determination of the minimum time since death in cases of suspicious death, either by estimating the age of the oldest necrophagous
insects that developed on the corpse, or by analysing the insect species composition on the corpse .
, natural enemies, omnivores, opportunists and accidental.
DIVERSITY OF NECROPHAGOUS
BLOWFLY (DIPTERA: CALLIPHORIDAE) OF MEDICAL AND VETERINARY IMPORTANCE IN URBAN ENVIRONMENTS IN CORDOBA (ARGENTINA)
Seasonal composition and temporal succession of necrophagous
and predator beetles on pig carrion in central Argentina.
The community of Hymenoptera parasitizing necrophagous
Diptera in an urban biotope.
Moretti TC, Godoy WAC (2013) Spatio-temporal dynamics and preference for type of bait in necrophagous
insects, particularly native and introduced blow flies (Diptera: Calliphoridae).
I argue that Jonathan Harker's consumption of flesh and blood--both he and the Count share the sobering necrophagous
impulse to eat dead bodies--elucidates a nonhuman form of vampirism, inviting a redefinition of our understanding of subjectivity, agency, and monstrosity in the novel.