2011
DOI: 10.5216/rpt.v31i1.14101
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PARASITÓIDES DE Oxysarcodexia thornax (Walker 1849) (DIPTERA: SARCOPHAGIDAE) COLETADOS NO ESTADO DE GOIÁS, BRASIL

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“…The genus Brachymeria Westwood includes about 350 described species worldwide (Noyes, 2019), with 37 species in the Neotropical Region (Delvare and Huchet, 2017). Brachymeria species are significant parasitoids of calyptratae flies, such as Sarcophagidae, Calliphoridae and Muscidae (Marchiori et al, 2002a;Marchiori et al, 2002b;Marchiori et al, 2003;Marchiori, 2004;Marchiori and Silva Filho, 2004;Couri et al, 2006;Oliva, 2008). Most species are solitary endoparasitoids with a koinobiont strategy.…”
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“…The genus Brachymeria Westwood includes about 350 described species worldwide (Noyes, 2019), with 37 species in the Neotropical Region (Delvare and Huchet, 2017). Brachymeria species are significant parasitoids of calyptratae flies, such as Sarcophagidae, Calliphoridae and Muscidae (Marchiori et al, 2002a;Marchiori et al, 2002b;Marchiori et al, 2003;Marchiori, 2004;Marchiori and Silva Filho, 2004;Couri et al, 2006;Oliva, 2008). Most species are solitary endoparasitoids with a koinobiont strategy.…”
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“…No Brasil, S. cameroni foi encontrada parasitando Chrysomya putoria (Wiedemann) (Diptera: Calliphoridae), Fannia trimaculata (Stein) (Diptera: Fanniidae) Musca domestica L. (Diptera: Muscidae), Muscina stabulans (Fallèn) (Diptera: Muscidae), Stomoxys calcitrans (L.) em fezes de galinha (Costa et al 1992;Sereno e Neves, 1993;Marchiori et al 2003).…”
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“…The genus Tricharaea Thomson 1869 (Diptera: Sarcophagidae) includes more than 15 species, some related to human faeces and bovine liver (Pape 1996;d' Almeida and Almeida 1998;Marchiori et al 2003;Marchiori et al 2004). Tricharaea (Sarothromyia) femoralis (Schiner 1868) is usually associated with beaches and is reported to Bahamas, Brasil, Cuba, Dominica, Honduras, Ilhas Turks and Caicos, Panamá, Porto Rico, Suriname (Lopes and Leite 1990).…”
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