Although, other complex of species are still under studied, as it is the case of pathogens of flies (order Diptera
The insects belonging to order Diptera
(flies and mosquitoes), Isoptera (termites), Hemiptera (bugs, aphids and cicadas), Coleoptera (beetles and weevils) and sub-order Homoptera (planthoppers, leafhoppers and whiteflies) were identified (Table 1).
In present results, all recorded families of order Diptera
are reported as nectar feeders except Syrphidae; in Syrphidae out of six recorded species, three (Eupeodes corolla, Melanostoma sp., Ischniodons cutellaris) are reported as both pollen and nectar foragers (Ali et al., 2011).
Species from the order Diptera
have been associated with criminal investigations that extrapolate their use in estimating the postmortem interval .
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 .
To the Editor: Myiasis is the infestation in humans of larvae of flies (order Diptera
In the order Diptera
, the family Calliphoridae is highlighted for the ability that its component species have to colonize new environments (Greenberg and Szyska, 1984).
In a survey in 2011, scientists from the Museum of Natural HistoryUniversity of the Philippines Los Banos (MNHUPLB) discovered 10 species of the "bat vampires," all belonging to the family Nycteribiidae of the order Diptera
The order Diptera
was the third most abundant herein, mainly individuals of the families Drosophilidae and Phoridae.
In terms of number, the order Diptera
was the most important food category with 1432 individuals (91.67%), followed by Araneae (n = 71), which comprised 4.55% of the total number of prey items.
Goat grub, Przhevalskiana silenus, belongs to order diptera
family oestridae, is economically a very important fly whose larvae are obligatory parasites of their hosts and cause severe damage to the skins and hides and ultimately effecting leather industry.
New or little-known Tipulidae from eastern China (Order Diptera