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Resistance to heat of calliphorid larvae as a function of development and rearing temperature

Resistance to heat of calliphorid larvae as a function of development and rearing temperature

Journal of Insect Physiology 22(7): 907-912

Larvae of Cochliomyia macellaria (F.) (Callitroga macellaria) Lucilia cuprina (Wied.) and Calliphora vicina R.-D. were examined for heat resistance. The 3 species showed differences as far as temperature adaptation and acclimation are concerned. The heat-coma point of the larvae and the ability to pupate and to emerge after heating were investigated.

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