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Goldfliegen (Lucilia sericata)

2013-07-24 Leipzig.

Streptococcus Pyogenes - ResponsesOf Lucilia sericata Meigen to Cadaveric Volatile Organic Compounds

First track from the split CD-r with The Corpse In The Crawlspace! The cover is dedicated to a clown that showed me how big Faggot he is! Enjoy! Many big lab...

Birth of Lucilia sericata (Padua - IT)

Nascita di una Lucilia sericata.

Common green bottle fly (Phaenicia sericata, or Lucilia sericata)

Common green bottle fly (Phaenicia sericata), filmed in the U.K. on 25 July 2014. Author: The Nature Box License: CC BY-SA 4.0 Link: https://commons.wikimedi...

Deinopis catches a Lucilia sericata....

昆虫 Green bottle fly 곤충 (Lucilia sericata)

Larvas de mosca Lucilia Sericata

migrating maggots of Lucilia sericata 20130707

24 hours after they stopped feeding, the maggots of Lucilia sericata leave thier food source and migrate in search of a suitable pupariation substate.

Lucilia sericata - The birth

Nascita di una Lucilia sericata.

Vibrations - Lucilia sericata

The maggots where placed on a vibrating item (in this case, a phone) to see if they prefer this environment. The other group are the control group.

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122 news items

Natural History Museum (blog)

Natural History Museum (blog)
Thu, 16 Oct 2014 09:30:00 -0700

Greenbottle blowfly, Lucilia sericata confocal microscope high power image and false colour sclerites. We have rotated the original to give three dimensionality. The red wavelength was selected, as this is the wavelength that gave most autofluorescence ...

Monthly Prescribing Reference

Monthly Prescribing Reference
Tue, 06 Jan 2015 07:51:55 -0800

BioBag incorporates Larval Therapy, which uses the living larvae of the greenbottle fly Lucilia sericata to physically remove unviable tissue and bacteria from non-healing wounds. The proteolytic enzymes from the larvae break down all the devitalized ...

Stuff.co.nz

Stuff.co.nz
Fri, 03 Oct 2014 08:56:15 -0700

She raises the European green blowflies, Lucilia sericata, in her backyard insectary and is the only person supplying them in New Zealand. The rotting cat food is gobbled up by the maggots before they transform into pupae and then hatch into the next ...

PCT Magazine

PCT Magazine
Tue, 21 Oct 2014 05:33:45 -0700

In the United States, the blow fly Lucilia sericata has been reported as causing facultative myiasis on several occasions. Another blow fly, Chrysomya rufifacies, has been introduced into the United States from the Australasian region and is also known ...

Wired

Wired
Tue, 15 Apr 2014 11:48:40 -0700

Collecting insects from dead bodies is a staple of crime shows. CSI Posers also carefully note the internal temperature of the recently expired. Why do they do that? Blow flies lay eggs within a minute of death, summoned by chemicals with the fabulous ...
 
Stuff.co.nz
Fri, 08 Nov 2013 06:48:45 -0800

The main culprits are the Australian and New Zealand green flies (Lucilia cuprina and Lucilia sericata). Sheep that are struck should, as soon as possible, have all the wool removed from the affected area plus a surrounding margin of at least 10 ...
 
Discovery News
Mon, 29 Jul 2013 10:17:44 -0700

From geese that guard Chinese police stations to goats trimming the grass of San Francisco's airport, animal employees have been making headlines this month. Many other animals do jobs that are too dirty, dangerous, difficult or expensive for humans.
 
MedPage Today
Wed, 21 Sep 2011 12:03:56 -0700

... get a leg up from the insect world, a researcher said here. Biosurgery using the sterile larvae of the green blow-fly (Lucilia sericata) may be an alternative to amputation in many cases, according to Lawrence Eron, MD, of the University of Hawaii ...
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