2002
DOI: 10.1590/s1519-566x2002000200009
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Abstract: The objective of this study was to determine synathropic index of adult Calliphoridae (Diptera) collected in the city of Valdívia, Chile (39º48 S; 73º15 ' W). For this, samples were taken monthly between September 1996 and August 1997 in three different localities representing urban, rural and natural environments. Rat carcass, fish , and chicken viscera were used as baits. Four blowfly species were collected: Calliphora vicina Robineau-Desvoidy, the dominant species in all three baits and sites of capture, fo… Show more

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“…For most authors, C. vicina is defined as a eusynanthropic species because it is strongly related to human settlements. For example, a SI value of +55.2 was reported by Figueroa-Roa and Linhares (2002) , +49.45 by Vianna et al. (1998) , +72(±25) by Patitucci et al.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 92%
“…For most authors, C. vicina is defined as a eusynanthropic species because it is strongly related to human settlements. For example, a SI value of +55.2 was reported by Figueroa-Roa and Linhares (2002) , +49.45 by Vianna et al. (1998) , +72(±25) by Patitucci et al.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 92%
“…Los ambientes creados por el hombre afectan significativamente la composición de califóridos, pues en áreas urbanas se registra mayor abundancia en muchas especies de muscoideos (Figueroa-Roa & Linhares 2002). Mientras L. sericata y C. vicina, ambas consideradas urbanas (Pinilla-Beltrán et al 2012), fueron las especies más abundantes y definieron los agrupamientos de Bray-Curtis, la presencia de especies reportadas como asinantrópicas (C. nigribasis y R. roraima) definieron las asociaciones de similitud cualitativa (Jaccard) (PinillaBeltrán et al 2012;Figura 3).…”
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“…3F) (Schiner) been found between lowland Valparaíso and Los Lagos regions, and Argentina (Dear, 1979;Kosmann et al 2013). The monospecific genus Neta Shannon, represented by N. chilensis (Walker, 1837), is a blow fly that has been reported for Chile, Argentina (Dear, 1979;Reyes & Almonacid, 1984;Figueroa-Roa & Linhares, 2002;Mariluis & Mulieri, 2003;Mac-Lean & González, 2006) and for Bolivia and Perú (Kossmann et al 2013). The genus Sarconesia Bigot is represented in Chile for S. chlorogaster (Wiedemann, 1831), S. versicolor Bigot and S. dichroa (Schiner), whereas the genus Sarconesiopsis Townsend incorporates only S. magellanica (Le Guillou, 1842) and S. chilensis (Macquart, 1843) (Figueroa-Roa & Linhares, 2002Mac-Lean & González, 2006).…”
Section: 'mentioning
confidence: 97%
“…The revision of American species of Chrysomyini by Dear (1985) reported six species for Hemilucilia Brauer, six for Compsomyiops Townsend, four for Cochliomyia Townsend, and three for Paralucilia Brauer & Bergenstamm. For Chile, only H. segmentaria (Fabricius, 1805), C. alvarengai (Mello, 1968, C. fulvicrura (Robineau-Desvoidy, 1830), C. macellaria (Fabricius, 1775) and P. fulvinota (Bigot, 1877) have been reported (Figueroa-Roa & Linhares, 2002;Mac-Lean & González, 2006;Ortloff et al 2012;Kosmann et al 2013).…”
Section: 'mentioning
confidence: 99%
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