Musca domestica

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Related to Musca domestica: Stomoxys calcitrans
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Noun1.Musca domestica - common fly that frequents human habitations and spreads many diseasesMusca domestica - common fly that frequents human habitations and spreads many diseases
fly - two-winged insects characterized by active flight
genus Musca, Musca - type genus of the Muscidae: houseflies
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Far more appealing than its real name of musca domestica.
In a comparative study of Cyfluthrin, Dimethoate, H-34 (neem fraction), Margosan-O, Nimolicine, and DDVP (organophosphate) on Musca domestica observed that OP pesticides were found more lethal than Pyrethroids and neem fractions, the order of effectiveness was found to be DDVP > dimethoate>Cyfluthrin> Margosan-OTM> nimolicine > H-34 [22].
Cyromazine resistance in a field strain of house flies, Musca domestica L.: Resistance risk assessment and bio-chemical mechanism.
The two fly species most commonly produced for animal feed are the black soldier fly, Hermetia illucens, and the house fly, Musca domestica (Pastor et al.
Musca domestica plays an important role in the transmission of many pathogens such as cholera, typhoid, trachoma, diarrhea, tuberculosis, salmonella and intestinal sedimentation (1).
chitiniclastica has also been isolated from the Chrysomya megacephala fly, and this species has been reported in Japan (2), and from from the Musca domestica housefly, which is widely distributed all over the world (3).
Reportingcontractor to supply a comprehensive service-report for the site that will contain the following:- bait location checklists/plans- routine and emergency service reports- all coshh data- all site risk assessments- all material safety data sheetspest specification- rats (rattus norvegicus & rattus rattus)- mice (mus domesticus)- house fly (musca domestica)- blow flies (calliphoridae spp.
One of the insects that showed great potential is the house fly larvae (Musca domestica), containing between 32-60% of the protein in a dry base (Zuidhof et al., 2003; Villamil-Echeverry, 2005; Adesina et al., 2011).
La gran cantidad de nutrientes que se encuentran en la gallinaza propicia un microhabitat ideal para el establecimiento de fauna entomologica, como insectos y acaros; tanto aquellos artropodos degradadores de materia organica como Caloglyphus sp y los depredadores de otros organismos como Macrocheles sp, ademas de insectos que funcionan como reservorios de parasitos de las gallinas, como la mosca Musca domestica y el tenebrionido Alphitobius diaperinus (Vergara et al., 2013).
In this sense, flies such as Musca domestica are considered important vectors of viral, bacterial, fungal, and parasitic diseases (3).