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Experimental studies on the estimation of postmortem intervals by means of fly larvae infesting human cadavers



Experimental studies on the estimation of postmortem intervals by means of fly larvae infesting human cadavers



Nihon Hoigaku Zasshi 38(1): 24-41



The calliphorids Aldrichina grahami, Phaenicia cuprina Phormia regina, Calliphora lata and Chrysomya megacephala and the sarcophagids Parasarcophaga crassipalpis (Sarcophaga crassipalpis) and Boettcherisca peregrina were reared in a forensic laboratory in Japan at different temperatures to obtain information on growth rates.

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