Sarcophaga


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Noun1.Sarcophaga - flesh fliesSarcophaga - flesh flies        
arthropod genus - a genus of arthropods
flesh fly, Sarcophaga carnaria - fly whose larvae feed on carrion or the flesh of living animals
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Larvalarin ve eriskin sinegin belirledigimiz ozeliklerini bir araya getirdigimizde miyaz etkeninin Sarcophaga sp.
From Diptera, six species from Syrphidae (Eristalis tenax, Eupeodes corollae, Melanostoma sp., Ischniodon scutellaris, Episyrphus balteatus, Eristalis smilis), two from Calliphoridae (Stomorpgina discolor, Chrysomya megacephala) one species each from Sarcophagidae (Sarcophaga sp.), Muscidae (Musca domestica), Tabanidae (Tabanus suleifrons) and Tachnidae (Prosena siberita) were recorded.
Intestinal myiasis caused by the larvae of the flesh fly Sarcophaga spp.
chlorogaster (P) 1 Chlorobrachycoma 0 versicolor Bigot (A) Sarcophagidae Oxysarcodexia terminalis 0 Wiedemann (A) Oxysarcodexia 1 varia Walker (A) Oxysarcodexia paulistanensis 0 Mattos (A) Ravinia aureopyga Hall (A) 6 Diptera Sarcophaga (Bercaea) 0 africa Wiedemann (A) Sarcophaga (Liopygia) 0 argyrostoma Robineau-Desvoidy (A) Sarcophaga (Liopygia) 0 crassipalpis Macquart (A) Microcerella acrydiorum 1 Weyenbergh (A) Microcerella chilena Dodge (A) 1 Microcerella sp.
In the fresh stage of carcass decomposition, Lucilia sericata, Chrysomya albiceps, Musca domestica, Muscina stabulans, Sarcophaga africa, Anthomyia pluvialis, Piophila casei and several Sarcophagidae were collected.
Flies of the order Diptera are responsible for myiasis that belongs to genera Sarcophaga and Calliphora; among them, the Syrphidae family includes Eristalis genus, which has largely been dealt with in medicine [3].
Order Family Genus and Species Days Post -placement Fall 2009--Otter Diptera Sarcophagidae Sarcophaga spp.
In the literature, cases of urogenital myiasis caused by Sarcophaga spp., 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).