Diversidad de moscas carroñeras (Diptera: Calliphoridae) en un remanente de selva baja caducifolia en Yautepec, Morelos, México

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https://doi.org/10.32870/dugesiana.v29i2.7241

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Brachycera, especies exóticas, entomología forense, insectos necrófagos

Resumen

Se llevó a cabo un estudio anual utilizando trampas con carroña (pollo, cerdo, calamar y res) para conocer la diversidad de las moscas necrófagas en el municipio de Yautepec, Morelos, México. Se recolectó un total de 4,765 ejemplares pertenecientes a 18 familias del orden Diptera, más del 50 por ciento (2,644) pertenecen a Calliphoridae representadascon cinco géneros y ocho especies de Calliphoridae. Utilizando estas ocho especies, se analizó si existe la preferencia por algún tipo de cebo, nuestros resultados muestran que Chrysomya rufifacies, C. megacephala mostraron una preferencia hacia el calamar, mientras que Cochliomyia macellaria, Hemilucilia segmentaria y Lucilia mexicana prefirieron el pollo.

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