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shore fly

n.
Any of various small flies of the family Ephydridae living in damp or marshy places, some of which are agricultural or horticultural pests.
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A physiological age-grading system for female Hydrellia pakistanae Deonier (Diptera: Ephydridae).
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25,43 0,00 -1 Coleoptera sp.ind 0,55 0,00 -1 Hydroporus sp.ind 0,55 0,00 -1 Tabanidae sp.ind 0,00 40,00 1 Empididae sp.ind 0,07 0,00 -1 Ephydridae sp.ind 0,27 0,00 -1 Psychodidae sp.ind 0,07 0,00 -1 Limoniidae sp.ind 0,20 0,00 -1 Chironomidae sp.ind 1,80 21,00 0,832 Monomorium sp.
All Alysiinae are endoparasitoids cenobionts of ciclorraphous dipterous larvae (Griffiths, 1964; Wharton, 1997) and have as hosts specially species of Phoridae, Drosophilidae and Tephritidae (Ovruski et al., 2000), Agromyzidae, Calliphoridae, Chloropidae, Muscidae and Ephydridae (Dix-Luna, 2009).
Results of this study confirm placement of the Mormotomyiidae in the Ephydroidea, as sister to the remainder of the Ephydroidea, except the Ephydridae (Winkler et al, in prep.).
possibly a species of Ephydridae, the larvae of which are known from
A nivel internacional se han realizado estudios de la ecologia de la artropofauna en humedales de zonas templadas en referencia con la biologia y la ecologia de algunos grupos de humedales de los Estados Unidos, demostrando que el incremento de cobertura de vegetacion esta positivamente correlacionado con algunas familias de Insecta (Culicidae, Ephydridae y Syrphidae), mientras que esta negativamente correlacionado con otras (Corixidae, Chironomidae and Hydrophilidae), lo que representa la presencia de comunidades diferentes por cada tipo de vegetacion (De Szalay y Resh 2000; Keiper et al.