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Populational fluctuations of the fly Cochliomya hominivorax Coquerel, 1858 Diptera Calliphoridae captured with wind oriented traps WOT at the municipality of Campo Grande, Mato Grosso do Sul State, Brazil Flutuacao populacional da mosca Cochliomyia hominivorax Coquerel, 1858 Diptera Calliphoridae capturada em armadilhas orientadas pelo vento WOT, no municipio de Campo Grande, MS


Revista Brasileira de Parasitologia Veterinaria. fevereiro; 71: 41-45
Populational fluctuations of the fly Cochliomya hominivorax Coquerel, 1858 Diptera Calliphoridae captured with wind oriented traps WOT at the municipality of Campo Grande, Mato Grosso do Sul State, Brazil Flutuacao populacional da mosca Cochliomyia hominivorax Coquerel, 1858 Diptera Calliphoridae capturada em armadilhas orientadas pelo vento WOT, no municipio de Campo Grande, MS
The fly Cochliomyia hominivorax is one of the principal bovine pests in South America, and a study was made of its Population fluctuations in three different environments in the municipality of Campo Grande, Mato Grosso do Sul State, Brazil, from November 1986 to October 1989, using Wind Oriented Traps, baited with decomposing bovine liver. It was seen that the fly is present throughout the year, and is its number varied according to climatic conditions, with major peaks in the dry period (May to September) and lesser ones during the rainy period of October to April. The occurrence of C. macellaria and flies classified as "others" - belonging principally to the Families Sarcophagidae, Muscidae, Fanniidae and Calliphoridae - showed that same type of seasonal behaviour as C. hominivorax. It was also seen that the largest captures of this fly were made in areas with more trees.


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