Phylogenetic relationships of nonbiting
midges in the subfamily Tanypodinae (Diptera: Chironomidae) inferred from morphology.
Most stoneflies (Plectoptera) were negatively affected by urbanization in the Coastal Plain and Piedmont, but less than one third of the nonbiting
midge flies (Chironomidae) were.
have been isolated from 4 species of nonbiting
flies in Asia and Europe (1-4) that can cause myiasis, fly larvae infestation of a host's tissue.
Synanthropic indices and baits preferences of common nonbiting
dipterous (Diptera: Cyclorrhapha) of Akwa Ibom State, Nigeria.
insects such as mayflies could be involved, perhaps being accidentally ingested by susceptible herbivores feeding during periodic hatches.
The role of nonbiting
flies in the epidemiology of human infectious diseases.
Tokeshi, "Production ecology," in Chironomidae: Biology and Ecology of Nonbiting
The Chironomidae, Bioloy and ecology of nonbiting
flies that shuttle between filth and food spread bacteria that cause diarrhea, the most common reason for absence from duty in the U.S.
These include nonbiting
ants and flies, most beetles, cockroaches, centipedes and moths and common household spiders.
Two major pest species that bother horses are the stable fly and the housefly, a nonbiting