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Gafanhotos (Orthoptera, Acridoidea) em áreas de cerrados e lavouras na Chapada dos Parecis, Estado de Mato Grosso, Brasil
Guerra, Wanderlei Dias;Oliveira, Patrícia Carla de;Pujol-Luz, José Roberto;
Revista Brasileira de Entomologia , 2012, DOI: 10.1590/S0085-56262012005000027
Abstract: grasshoppers (orthoptera, acridoidea) in native savanna and crop areas in chapada dos parecis, mato grosso state, brazil. we determined the composition and abundance of grasshoppers using sweep net sampling during three years at the parecis plateau, state of mato grosso, brazil. the survey was done in areas with crops and native vegetation (savanna) with, respectively, 56 and 59 sites available in each environment. 3.031 individuals of grasshoppers were collected from 64 species distributed among the following families and subfamilies: acrididae (49): gomphocerinae (21), ommatolampinae (10), melanoplinae (6), acridinae (4) leptysminae (3), copiocerinae (3), proctolabinae (1) and cyrtacanthacridinae (1); romaleidae (1): romaleinae (13) and ommexechidae (1): ommexechinae (2) and 1550 nymphs. the differences were significant between the number of species found in the savannas (61) and in cultived areas (16). however, the abundance of acridoidea was significantly higher in crops than in savannas areas which was influenced mainly by two acrididae's species: baeacris punctulatus (thunberg, 1824) and orphulella punctata (de geer, 1773) which accounted for 49.5% of the total individuals collected across the parecis plateau and, together, they account for 78.8% of recorded abundance in the cultived areas, both species being potential pests.
Chrysomya albiceps (Wiedemann) and Hemilucilia segmentaria (Fabricius) (Diptera, Calliphoridae) used to estimate the postmortem interval in a forensic case in Minas Gerais, Brazil
Kosmann, Cecília;Macedo, Marcos Patrício;Barbosa, Thiago Assis Franco;Pujol-Luz, José Roberto;
Revista Brasileira de Entomologia , 2011, DOI: 10.1590/S0085-56262011000400022
Abstract: abstract. chrysomya albiceps (wiedemann) and hemilucilia segmentaria (fabricius) (diptera, calliphoridae) used to estimate the postmortem interval in a forensic case in minas gerais, brazil. the corpse of a man was found in a brazilian highland savanna (cerrado) in the state of minas gerais. fly larvae were collected at the crime scene and arrived at the laboratory three days afterwards. from the eight pre-pupae, seven adults of chrysomya albiceps (wiedemann, 1819) emerged and, from the two larvae, two adults of hemilucilia segmentaria (fabricius, 1805) were obtained. as necrophagous insects use corpses as a feeding resource, their development rate can be used as a tool to estimate the postmortem interval. the post-embryonary development stage of the immature collected on the body was estimated as the difference between the total development time and the time required for them to become adults in the lab. the estimated age of the maggots from both species and the minimum postmortem interval were four days. this is the first time that h. segmentaria is used to estimate the postmortem interval in a forensic case.
Sarcophagidae (Insecta, Diptera) associados à decomposi??o de carca?as de Sus scrofa Linnaeus (Suidae) em área de Cerrado do Distrito Federal, Brasil
Barros, Rodrigo Meneses de;Mello-Patiu, Cátia Antunes de;Pujol-Luz, José Roberto;
Revista Brasileira de Entomologia , 2008, DOI: 10.1590/S0085-56262008000400011
Abstract: this work presents a list of adult flesh flies collected from a pig carrion sus scrofa, in a cerrado area of distrito federal, brazil, being a study on the composition of the dipteran fauna in the region. the field work followed the decay of the carrion and was conduced for 45 days. from 4,626 collected flesh flies, 28 species were identified, consisting in 16 new records for this region.
Myiasis in the imagination of a rural population in Formosa (Goiás), Brazil
Edison Rogerio Cansi,Hélio Spindola de Ataíde,Caroline Demo,José Roberto Pujol-Luz
Biotemas , 2012,
Abstract: Myiases are common parasitic diseases found in livestock. In Brazil, these parasitosis are popularly known as bicheira and berne according to their clinical symptoms and etiological agents. The goal of this study was to record what is known by a rural population, in Formosa (Goiás State), about myiasis in humans and domestic animals, especially cattle. Between 2009 and 2010, semi-structured interviews were conducted with 50 farmers, who answered questions about the diseases and their etiological agents, the life cycle of the parasitic species and the treatment methods used according to local traditions. The interviewees recognized the bicheiras, providing a rich repertoire of names for their etiological agents, and they knew many of the steps of their biological cycle. However, this kind of comprehensive knowledge was not known for berne; in some cases even the parasite was unknown. This research also highlights the influence of religious syncretism and popular knowledge in the treatment and management of myiasis in animals and humans.
Myiasis by Screw Worm Cochliomyia hominivorax (Coquerel) (Diptera: Calliphoridae) in a Wild Maned Wolf Chrysocyon brachyurus (Mammalia: Canidae), in Brasília, Brazil
Cansi, ER;Bonorino, R;Ataíde, HS;Pujol-Luz, JR;
Neotropical Entomology , 2011, DOI: 10.1590/S1519-566X2011000100025
Abstract: in april 2009, a wild maned wolf, chrysocyon brachyurus, was captured in an area of cerrado in brasília, df, brazil, with screw worm maggots in external wounds. fifty larvae were bred in the laboratory and eight adults of cochliomyia hominivorax (coquerel) emerged 10 days after pupation. this is the first report of a myiasis by c. hominivorax in a free-living maned wolf in brazil.
Descri??o da larva e do pupário de Auloceromyia vespiformis Lindner (Diptera: Stratiomyidae, Clitellariinae)
Viana, Gustavo G.;Pujol-Luz, José R.;Xerez, Roberto de;
Neotropical Entomology , 2003, DOI: 10.1590/S1519-566X2003000100009
Abstract: herein we describe the larva and puparium of auloceromyia vespiformis lindner for the first time, based on seven larvae and three puparia, collected under the bark of fallen trees at lavras (21o 14' 43'' s - 44o 59' 59'' w - 919 m), state of minas gerais, brazil. the larva was compared to larva of other clitelariinae species with regard to general external morphology and chaetotaxy.
Descri??o da larva de Popanomyia femoralis Kertész, 1909 e do pupário de Engicerus major Lindner, 1964 (Diptera, Stratiomyidae)
Xerez, Roberto de;Pujol-Luz, José Roberto;Viana, Gustavo Glória;
Revista Brasileira de Entomologia , 2003, DOI: 10.1590/S0085-56262003000300007
Abstract: the larva of popanomyia femoralis and puparium of engicerus major are described. the larvae were collected under the bark of fallen trees in an area near the tropical rain forest at ilha da marambaia (23o 04'15''s-43o53'59''w-sea level) and cabo frio (22o52'46''s-42o01'07''w-4 m), state of rio de janeiro, brazil. biological notes are presented. the larva of popanomyia femoralis and puparium of engicerus major are compared with those of chalcidomorphina aurata enderlein, cosmariomyia argyrosticta kertész, dactylodeictes lopesi lindner and vittiger schnusei kertész, other species of the same subfamily.
Descri??o do pupário de Raphiocera armata (Wiedemann) (Diptera, Stratiomyidae) da Ilha da Marambaia, Rio de Janeiro, Brasil
Pujol-Luz, José Roberto;Xerez, Roberto de;Viana, Gustavo Glória;
Revista Brasileira de Zoologia , 2004, DOI: 10.1590/S0101-81752004000400037
Abstract: the puparium of raphiocera armata (wiedemann, 1830), based on two larvae reared in the laboratory, collected at ilha da marambaia, state of rio de janeiro, brazil is described. this record constitutes the first description of the larvae of a species of the subfamily raphiocerinae, and associates this group of soldier flies with the aquatic environment, corroborating woodley's hypothesis of phylogenetic relationships of raphiocerinae with stratiomyinae and nemotelinae, based on the aquatic mode of life of the larvae.
Descri??o da larva de Cosmariomyia argyrosticta Kertész e do pupário de Dactylodeictes lopesi Lindner (Diptera, Stratiomyidae)
Xerez, Roberto de;Pujol-Luz, José Roberto;Viana, Gustavo Glória;
Revista Brasileira de Zoologia , 2002, DOI: 10.1590/S0101-81752002000300012
Abstract: the larva of cosmariomyia argyrosticta kertész, 1914 and the puparium of dactylodeictes lopesi lindner, 1964 are described for the first time, based on four larvae and 10 puparia and one puparium respectively. larvae were collected under the bark of fallen trees in an area near of tropical rain forest at iguaba grande (22o50'21"s, 42o13'44"w, 18 m) and buzios (22o44'49"s, 41o52'54"w, 3 m), state of rio de janeiro, brazil. some biological notes are also presented. the larvae of cosmariomyia argyrosticta and dactylodeictes lopesi are compared with chalcidomorphina aurata enderlein, 1914 and vittiger schnusei kertész, 1909.
Description of the puparium of Cyphomyia aurifrons Wiedemann and Cyphomyia picta Schiner (Diptera, Stratiomyidae, Clitellariinae) from Ilha da Marambaia, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Xerez, Roberto de;Viana, Gustavo Glória;Pujol-Luz, José Roberto;
Revista Brasileira de Zoologia , 2004, DOI: 10.1590/S0101-81752004000100014
Abstract: the puparia of cyphomyia aurifrons wiedemann, 1830, and cyphomyia picta schiner, 1868 are described for the first time. the larvae were collected under the bark of fallen trees in a tropical rain forest at ilha da marambaia, state of rio de janeiro, brazil, (23o04'15"s, 43o53'59"w, sea level, approximately 42 km2). some biological notes are also presented.
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