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The entomofauna of a wild boar cadaver A propos de lentomofaune dun cadavre de sanglier



The entomofauna of a wild boar cadaver A propos de lentomofaune dun cadavre de sanglier



Bulletin and Annales de la Societe Royale Belge d'Entomologie. 1996( ) Octobre-Decembre; 1324: 417-422



In July 1995 studies were made on the cadaver of a young wild boar living in the forest of the national estate of Chambord (Loir-et-Cher), France. About 35 species of insects were observed. The cadaver was skeletomized in ten days. Among the variables affecting decay rate temperature and accessibility by insects, are of the utmost importance. Faunal succession of insects especially sarcosaprophagous species, accelerate the decomposition of a cadaver (animal or human) and the incorporation of mineral component circulation. Not only ecosystems but also forensic entomology benefit by biological effect and result. Results are discussed with comments on species assemblage.

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