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Studies on the destruction of cadavers by insects

Studies on the destruction of cadavers by insects

Sudebno Meditsinskaya Ekspertiza 21(1): 17-20

The forensic-medical aspect of the cadaver-feeding insect fauna of the European part of the USSR was studied from the standpoint of its specific composition, relation with the state of the cadaver and time from the moment of death, interrelations between different elements of the fauna, the dependence of the fauna on the biotope and climatic factors and the effect of other modifying factors.

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