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Three acrostichals postsutural setulae Postgena with white setae. Fannia canicularis Linnaeus Muscidae Houseflies, the Muscidae, occur in all biogeographical regions and comprises around 5, species Thompson Ptilinal fissure and lunule present Fig.

Revista Brasileira de Parasitologia 9: Manual of Nearctic Diptera. Diptera, one of the four megadiverse insect orders, are the best-catalogued insects in all biogeographic regions.

The importance of the mandible and clypeal arch of the entlmologia instar larvae in the classification of the Sarcophagidae. Distiphallus extremely large in ventral view Figs.

Body not metallic blue or green. Therefore, the structure and form of the male terminalia provide characters for identification.

Hermetia illucens Linnaeus have been found in human cadavers in Brazil Carvalho et al. Smith London, UKauthor of a milestone publication on forensic entomology [9], was very kind to act as the main reviewer of all articles in this Forensic Science International special issue.

Scutellum with white lateral setulae. Ocellar triangle shorter, not reaching lunule or not ending close to it. Scutellum without setulae on ventral apex. The effect of cocaine on the development rate of immatures and adults of Chrysomya albiceps and Chrysomya putoria Diptera: Worldwide in distribution, Fanniidae comprise species in four genera Carvalho et al.


Nomenclature used here follows Pape Mid femur with ctenidium of normal spines not flattened Metepimeron bare above hind coxa.

Phallus entire with only an indication of hinge between basiphallus and distiphallus Bocainamyia necrophila Albuquerque was found in a dried monkey carcass in higher elevations of southeastern Brazil Albuquerque Adults can be recognised by the peculiar venation with a small discal cell Fig.

This family is cosmopolitan with 77 species Thompsonand species richness is greater in the northern hemisphere in temperate and boreal regions. Wing with tegula dull gray or black darker than the costal vein. Medical and Veterinary Entomology Key to adult males of South American genera of Sarcophagidae of forensic importance 1.

Cerci nearly straight or lightly bent forward. A strong seta is found at the base of the first tarsomere on the hind leg. Marcel Leclercq Beyne-Heusay, Belgium and Pekka Nuorteva Helsinki, Finlandboth senior researchers in forensic entomology, contributed to this volume with comments and generous gifts of their original publications and manuscripts.

Entomologia forense: origini ed evoluzione

Body and legs usually stronger Brachycera Tricharaea Sarcophagula [included species: Median to robust specimens. Insects of forensic significance in Argentina. Unfortunately, the lack of specialists in this area, but especially the difficulty for non-specialists to correctly examine and analyze male terminalia, have seriously limited studies of this family. Fannia femoralis Stein 5. Key to South American species of Muscidae with forensic importance 1.

Key to the adults of the most common forensic species of Diptera in South America

Abdomen without basal constriction I, Springer, Heidelberg, in German Chapter 2. Four muscoid flies Sarcophagidae and Muscidae associated with human cadavers in Costa Rica.


Basal section of stem vein R on ventral view bare. Species of this family are always found in succession studies and while not as abundant as the Calliphoridae and Muscidae, they are often the most diverse on pig or human carcasses Oliveira-Costa et al.

Phallus sharp and tube-like. Memoirs on Entomology, International 8: A worldwide family of about species, with species in 26 genera in the Neotropical region Amorim et al. Mesonotum with conspicuous vittae Fig.

Key to South American families of Diptera with forensic importance. Wing with vein R 1 setose and third costal sector bare ventrally. Small specimens, less than 5mm. Key to South American species of Calliphoridae with forensic importance 1.

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Calliphoridae Diptera associated with human corpses in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Carcass temperatures and their relation to winter blowfly populations and activity in the Southwest. Postgena with few whitish setae. Since the Second World War only a handful of scientists and crime scene experts have pioneered a way forward for forensic entomology.

To Marco Villacorta for sharing his data of flies in human corpses in Peru. Four marginal scutellar setae including the apical.