DIPTERA

Iorio, Osvaldo Di & Turienzo, Paola, 2011, A preliminary bibliographic survey of the insects found in poultry houses from the Neotropical Region, with remarks on selected taxa shared with native birds' nests 2858, Zootaxa 2858 (1), pp. 1-60: 12-16

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DIPTERA  

Calliphoridae  

Chrysomya megacephala (Fabricius, 1775)  

BRAZIL: São Paulo: Campinas ( Avancini & Ueta 1990); 7 km from São João da Boa Vista, granja Crisdan, I-2001 to XII-2002, larvae, mean 0.30667 (Berlese funnel), mean 0.46667 (water flotation); pupae, mean 1.76000 (water flotation) ( Lopes et al. 2007b).

Chrysomya putoria (Wiedemann, 1830)  

BRAZIL: Minas Gerais: Uberlândia, Fazenda do Óleo da Granja Planalto (18º 57’ S, 48º 12’ W), X-1992, 163 exx., XI-1992, 1231 exx., XII-1992, 292 exx., I-1993, 32 exx., II-1993, 71 exx., III-1993, 707 exx., IV-1993, 1120 exx., V- 1993, 121 exx., VI-1993, 23 exx., VII-1993, 1230 exx., VIII-1993, 528 exx. [ DBUU], total of 5818 exx. (20.60%), in accumulated manure of caged-layer poultry ( Fernandes et al. 1995); São Paulo: Uberlândia, one of the most abundant fly species (6.47%) in a poultry house ( Menezes et al. 2005, following Lomônaco & Prado 1994); Campinas ( Avancini & Ueta 1990); Bastos + Birigui + Ibiúna + Mogi das Cruzes + Monte Mor + Pindamonhangaba + São Manuel, 1985-1988, 92 larvae, in poultry manure accumulated in poultry farms ( Bruno et al. 1993); Monte Mor, granja Capuavinha (30 km from Campinas), III-1991 to IV-1992, 2608 pupae (41.2%), extracted with a soil trap, III- 1991, 6501 larvae, 45 pupae, 38 adults, IV1991, 680 larvae, 34 pupae, 7 adults, V-1991, 3431 larvae, 22 pupae, 3 adults, VI-1991, 1742 larvae, 33 pupae, 15 adults, VII-1991, 1294 larvae, 16 pupae, 9 adults, VIII-1991, 1082 larvae, 1 pupa, 1 adult, IX-1991, 1808 larvae, 32 pupae, 1 adult, X-1991, 395 larvae, 1 adult, XI-1991, 640 larvae, 13 pupae, 8 adults, XII-1991, 3511 larvae, 346 pupae, 1 adult, I-1992, 9270 larvae, 256 pupae, 19 adults, II-1992, 4061 larvae, 45 pupae, 12 adults, III-1992, 645 larvae, 20 pupae, 13 adults, IV-1992, 7290 larvae, 216 pupae, 19 adults, extracted with funnel of Berlese-Tullgren from bird manure in a poultry farm ( Monteiro & do Prado 2006).

Drosophilidae  

Drosophila repleta (Wollaston, 1858)  

BRAZIL: Rio Grande do Sul: Pelotas, Conjunto Agrotécnico Visconde da Graça , IV-2002 to III- 2003, 19 exx., in a poultry house of laying hens (Pinto 2005)   .

Drosophila sp.   ( repleta   group)

MEXICO: Veracruz: Cotaxtla, 26-II, in poultry manure (Gibson & Carrillo S. 1959).

Undetermined sp.

BRAZIL: Minas Gerais: Uberlândia, Fazenda do Óleo da Granja Planalto (18º 57’ S, 48º 12’ W), X-1992, 2 exx., XI- 1992, 49 exx., XII-1992, 43 exx., I-1993, 860 exx., II-1993, 5480 exx., III-1993, 6593 exx., V-1993, 3 exx., VII-1993, 3170 exx., VIII-1993, 2623 exx. [ DBUU], total of 18823 exx. (66.65%), in accumulated manure of caged-layer poultry ( Fernandes et al. 1995) GoogleMaps   .

Fannidae

Fannia albitarsis Stein, 1911  

ARGENTINA: Mendoza: [locality not stated], recognized as a plague of poultry houses ( Domínguez et al. 2007). Fannia canicularis (Linnaeus, 1761)  

BRAZIL: São Paulo: Bastos ( Bruno et al. 1993, following Aagesen 1988); Ibiúna, 1985-1988, 1630 larvae, in poultry manure accumulated in poultry farms ( Bruno et al. 1993);

Fannia pusio (Wiedemann, 1830)  

BRAZIL: São Paulo: Bastos, 1985-1988, in poultry manure accumulated in poultry farms ( Bruno et al. 1993); Monte Mor, granja Capuavinha (30 km from Campinas), III-1991 to IV-1992, 344 pupae (5.3%), extracted with soil traps, III-1991, 600 larvae, 40 pupae, 181 adults, IV1991, 480 larvae, 3 pupae, 29 adults, V-1991, 40 pupae, 34 adults, VI- 1991, 235 pupae, 21 adults, VII-1991, 65 pupae, 318 adults, VIII-1991, 100 larvae, 572 pupae, 964 adults, IX-1991, 1000 larvae, 256 pupae, 127 adults, X-1991, 1541 pupae, 152 adults, XI-1991, 361 pupae, 4 adults, XII-1991, 89 pupae, 8 adults, I-1992, 39 larvae, 3 pupae, 20 adults, II-1992, 15 pupae, 52 adults, III-1992, 16 pupae, 584 adults, IV- 1992, 14 pupae, 525 adults, extracted with funnel of Berlese-Tullgren from bird manure in a poultry farm ( Monteiro & do Prado 2006).

Fannia sp.  

MEXICO: Veracruz: Cotaxtla, IX, larvae, in fowl manure (Gibson & Carrillo S. 1959).

CHILE: central Chile, in several poultry farms ( Ripa 1986).

Fannia spp.  

BRAZIL: São Paulo: 7 km from São João da Boa Vista, granja Crisdan , I-2001 to XII-2002, larvae, mean 7.38667 (Berlese funnel), mean 0.13333 (water flotation); pupae, mean 0.04000 (Berlese funnel), mean 3.12000 (water flotation) ( Lopes et al. 2007b)   .

Fannia trimaculata (Stein, 1898)  

BRAZIL: São Paulo: Jabotical + Monte Mor, in poultry manure Bastos ( Bruno et al. 1993, following Ribeiro & Prado 1989); Assis + Bastos + Bady Bassett + Bauru + Cotia + Guararapes + Ibiúna + Itapetininga + Pindamonhangaba + Pirassununga + São Manuel + Sorocaba, 1985-1988, 2297 larvae, in poultry manure accumulated in poultry farms ( Bruno et al. 1993); 7 km from São João da Boa Vista, granja Crisdan, I-2001 to XII- 2002, 42.4% of all sampled population ( Lopes et al. 2007b).

Undetermined sp. 1

BRAZIL: Minas Gerais: Uberlândia, Fazenda do Óleo da Granja Planalto (18º 57’ S, 48º 12’ W), X-1992, 10 exx., XI-1992, 2 exx., XII-1992, 12 exx., I-1993, 1 ex., IV-1993, 42 exx., V-1993, 232 exx., VIII-1993, 2 exx. [ DBUU], in accumulated manure of caged-layer poultry ( Fernandes et al. 1995) GoogleMaps   .

Undetermined sp. 2

BRAZIL: Minas Gerais: Uberlândia, Fazenda do Óleo da Granja Planalto (18º 57’ S, 48º 12’ W), XII-1992, 1 ex., IV-1993, 1 ex. [ DBUU], in accumulated manure of caged-layer poultry ( Fernandes et al. 1995) GoogleMaps   .

Hippoboscidae  

Stilbometopoda legtersi Bequaert, 1955

BRAZIL: Parana: Fazenda   Río Grande , V-2002, S.M. dos Santos leg., 1 female [ DZUP], on the bird ( Graciolli & Barros de Carvalho 2003)   .

Muscidae  

Musca domestica Linnaeus, 1758  

MEXICO: Veracruz: Cotaxtla, 11-VI, 27-VI, 1-VII, adults, in fowl manure, IX, larvae, in fowl manure (Gibson & Carrillo S. 1959).

BRAZIL: Minas Gerais: Uberlândia, Fazenda do Óleo da Granja Planalto (18º 57’ S, 48º 12’ W), X-1992, 251 exx., XI-1992, 146 exx., XII-1992, 103 exx., I-1993, 425 exx., II-1993, 10 exx., III-1993, 195 exx., IV-1993, 1041 exx., V- 1993, 257 exx., VI-1993, 85 exx., VII-1993, 508 exx., VIII-1993, 230 exx. [ DBUU], in accumulated manure of caged-layer poultry ( Fernandes et al. 1995); Montes Claros ( Alves et al. 2007); São Paulo: Campinas,1030 individuals ( Avancini & Ueta 1990); Bastos ( Bruno et al. 1993, following Aagesen 1988); Araçatuba + Assis + Bastos + Bady Bassett + Bauru + Cotia + Guararapes + Ibiúna + Itapetininga + Mogi das Cruzes + Monte Mor + Pindamonhangaba + Pirassununga + São Manuel, 1985-1988, 1630 larvae, in poultry manure accumulated in poultry farms ( Bruno et al. 1993); Assis, Echaporã, 11-V-1988, 46.3 % pupae, 25-V-1988, 49.9 % pupae, 8-VI-1988, 48.2 % pupae, 23-VI-1988, 9.8 % pupae, 6-VII-1988, 41.0 % pupae, 20-VII-1988, 37.2 % pupae, 3-VIII-1988, 55.2 % pupae, 25-VIII-1988, 0.3 % pupae, 7-IX-1988, 8.2 % pupae, 20-IX-1988, 0.0 % pupae, 11-X0-1988, 1.2 % pupae, 3-XI- 1988 1.9 % pupae, 18-XI-1988, 2.6 % pupae, 14-I-1989, 16.8 % pupae, 31-I-1989, 18.5 % pupae, 13-II-1989, 20.8 % pupae, 4-III-1989, 10.3 % pupae, 17-III-1989, 10.7 % pupae, 31-III-1989, 3.3 % pupae, 16-IV-1989, 7.4 % pupae, 1-V-1989, 22.1 % pupae, 11-V-1989, 1.1 % pupae, 19-V-1989, 3.2 % pupae, all collected from manure of laying hens ( Costa et al. 2004); Uberlândia, the most abundant fly species (91.82%) in a poultry house ( Menezes et al. 2005, following Lomônaco & Prado 1994); Monte Mor, granja Capuavinha (30 km from Campinas), III-1991 to IV-1992, 1508 pupae (23.9%), extracted from bird manure samples collected in a poultry farm ( Monteiro & do Prado 2006); 7 km from São João da Boa Vista, granja Crisdan, I-2001 to XII-2002, 12141 (41,2%) larvae + pupae; larvae, mean 111.16000 (Berlese funnel), 28.09333 (water flotation); pupae, mean 1.92000 (Berlese funnel), 20.70667 (water flotation) ( Lopes et al. 2007b).

ARGENTINA: Buenos Aires: Capilla del Señor & Pergamino, in poultry house ( Cicchino & Saini 2006).

CHILE: Easter Island (3,790 km west of continental Chile, 27º 09’ S), in the accumulated manure of 2,000 birds in a caged layer operation ( Ripa 1986)   .

Muscina stabulans (Fallén, 1817)  

BRAZIL: São Paulo: Campinas ( Avancini & Ueta 1990); Echaporã, most abundant species ( Bruno et al. 1993, following Costa 1989); Bauru + Cotia + Itapetininga + Sorocaba, 1985-1988, 117 larvae, in poultry manure accumulated in poultry farms ( Bruno et al. 1993); Assis, Echaporã, 11-V-1988 19.5 % pupae, 25-V-1988, 20.2 % pupae, 8-VI-1988, 18.0 % pupae, 23-VI-1988, 74.6 % pupae, 6-VII-1988, 23.3 % pupae, 20-VII-1988, 41.9 % pupae, 3-VIII-1988, 41.6 % pupae, 25-VIII-1988, 99.7 % pupae, 7-IX-1988, 91.8 % pupae, 20-IX-1988, 97.3 % pupae, 11- X0-1988, 98.8 % pupae, 3-XI-1988, 92.6 % pupae, 18-XI-1988, 94.4 % pupae, 14-I-1989, 76.5 % pupae, 31-I- 1989, 17.9 % pupae, 13-II-1989, 23.4 % pupae, 4-III-1989, 71.0 % pupae, 17-III-1989, 44.0 % pupae, 31-III-1989, 83.9 % pupae, 16-IV-1989, 61.3 % pupae, 1-V-1989, 76.3 % pupae, 11-V-1989, 98.3 % pupae, 19-V-1989, 95.1 % pupae, all collected from manure of laying hens ( Costa et al. 2004); Monte Mor, granja Capuavinha (30 km from Campinas), III-1991 to IV-1992, 1727 pupae (27.3%), extracted from bird manure samples collected in a poultry farm ( Monteiro & do Prado 2006)

Philornis angustifrons (Loew, 1861)  

ARGENTINA: Tucumán: Monte Bello, XII-1942, García & Abalos leg., larvae from a chicken (myasis), 30-I- 194[3], 3 males, 1 female [reared from the larvae] ( García 1952); ( Couri 1985); ( Teixeira 1999).

Stomoxys calcitrans (Linnaeus, 1758)  

BRAZIL: São Paulo: Campinas ( Avancini & Ueta 1990); Assis + Bauru + Cotia + Ibiúna + Sorocaba, 1985-1988, 214 larvae, in poultry manure accumulated in poultry farms ( Bruno et al. 1993); Assis, Echaporã. 11-V-1988, 34.2 % pupae, 25-V-1988, 29.9 % pupae, 8-VI-1988, 33.8 % pupae, 23-VI-1988, 15.6 % pupae, 6-VII-1988, 35.7 % pupae, 20-VII-1988, 20.9 % pupae, 3-VIII-1988, 3.2 % pupae, 25-VIII-1988, 0.0 % pupae, 7-IX-1988, 0.0 % pupae, 20-IX- 1988, 2.7 % pupae, 11-X0-1988, 0.0 % pupae, 3-XI-1988, 5.6 % pupae, 18-XI-1988, 3.0 % pupae, 14-I-1989, 6.8 % pupae, 31-I-1989, 63.6 % pupae, 13-II-1989, 55.8 % pupae, 4-III-1989, 18.7 % pupae, 17-III-1989, 45.3 % pupae, 31- III-1989, 12.9 % pupae, 16-IV-1989, 31.3 % pupae, 1-V-1989, 1.6 % pupae, 11-V-1989, 0.6 % pupae, 19-V-1989, 1.8 % pupae, all collected from manure of laying hens ( Costa et al. 2004).

Sarcophagidae  

Undetermined genera

BRAZIL: São Paulo: Bady Bassett + Bauru + Itapetininga + São Manuel, 1985-1988, 1630 larvae, in poultry manure accumulated in poultry farms ( Bruno et al. 1993).

Undetermined spp.

MEXICO: Veracruz: Cotaxtla, 12-VI, in fowl manure (Gibson & Carrillo S. 1959).

Sepsidae  

Undetermined sp.

BRAZIL: Minas Gerais: Uberlândia, Fazenda do Óleo da Granja Planalto (18º 57’ S, 48º 12’ W), X-1992, 2 exx., XII-1992, 14 exx., IV-1993, 1 ex., V-1993, 7 exx., VII-1993, 7 exx. [ DBUU], in accumulated manure of caged-layer poultry ( Fernandes et al. 1995); São Paulo: Monte Mor, granja Capuavinha (30 km from Campinas), III-1991 to IV- 1992, 145 pupae (2.3 %), extracted with soil traps, III-1991, 0 larvae, 0 pupae, 0 adults, IV-1991, 0 larvae, 0 pupae, 0 adults, V-1991, 0 larvae, 0 pupae, 0 adults, VI-1991, 100 larvae, 0 pupae, 0 adults, VII-1991, 0 larvae, 4 pupae, 3 adults, VIII-1991, 0 larvae, 0 pupae, 0 adults, IX-1991, 0 larvae, 4 pupae, 0 adults, X-1991, 0 larvae, 0 pupae, 36 adults, XI-1991, 0 larvae, 0 pupae, 2 adults, XII-1991, 0 larvae, 7 pupae, 0 adults, I-1992, 0 larvae, 0 pupae, 0 adults, II-1992, 0 larvae, 0 pupae, 0 adults, III-1992, 0 larvae, 0 pupae, 8 adults, IV-1992, 0 larvae, 0 pupae, 0 adults, extracted with funnel of Berlese-Tullgren, from from bird manure in a poultry farm ( Monteiro & do Prado 2006); 7 km from São João da Boa Vista, granja Crisdan, I-2001 to XII-2002, larvae, mean 6.54667 (Berlese funnel), 1.61333 (water flotation); pupae, mean 0.02667 (Berlese funnel), 30.21333 (water flotation) ( Lopes et al. 2007b).

Sphaeroceridae  

Undetermined sp.

BRAZIL: São Paulo: Monte Mor, granja Capuavinha (30 km from Campinas), III-1991, 15 adults, IV1991, 109 adults, V-1991, 7 adults, VI-1991, 193 adults, VII-1991, 297 adults, VIII-1991, 32 adults, IX-1991, 82 adults, X-1991, 1261 adults, XI-1991, 80 adults, XII-1991, 81 adults, I-1992, 11 adults, II-1992, 17 adults, III-1992, 186 adults, IV- 1992, 85 adults, extracted with funnel of Berlese-Tullgren ( Monteiro & Prado 2006)   .

Stratiomyidae  

Hermetia illucens (Linnaeus, 1758)  

BRAZIL: Minas Gerais: Uberlândia, Fazenda do Óleo da Granja Planalto (18º 57’ S, 48º 12’ W), X-1992, 15 exx. [ DBUU], in accumulated manure of caged-layer poultry ( Fernandes et al. 1995); São Paulo: Bastos region ( Berti Filho et al. 1989); Bastos + Bady Bassett + Birigui + Cotia + Itapetininga + Pindamonhangaba + São Manuel, 1985- 1988, 544 larvae, in poultry manure accumulated in poultry farms ( Bruno et al. 1993); 7 km from São João da Boa Vista, granja Crisdan, I-2001 to XII-2002, larvae, mean 2.02 (Berlese funnel), 0.26 (water flotation); pupae, mean 1,773 33 (water flotation) ( Lopes et al. 2007b).

ARGENTINA: Buenos Aires: Capilla del Señor; Pergamino ( Cicchino & Saini 2006).

Undetermined sp.

BRAZIL: São Paulo: Monte Mor, granja Capuavinha (30 km from Campinas), III-1991, 2 larvae, IV1991, 7 larvae, V-1991, 5 larvae, VI-1991, 1 larva, VII-1991, 24 larvae, VIII-1991, 1 larva, [IX-1991, 0 larvae], [X-1991, 0 larvae], XI-1991, 2 larvae, XII-1991, 25 larvae, I-1992, 20 larvae, II-1992, 11 larvae, III-1992, 829 larvae, IV-1992, 68 larvae, extracted with funnel of Berlese-Tullgren ( Monteiro & do Prado 2006)   .

Syrphidae  

Ornidia obesa (Fabricius, 1775)  

MEXICO: Veracruz: Cotaxtla, 11-IX & 26-IX, in fowl manure, 24-X, under manure in chicken coop (Gibson & Carrillo S. 1959).

BRAZIL: Minas Gerais: Uberlândia, Fazenda do Óleo da Granja Planalto (18º 57’ S, 48º 12’ W), XII-1992, 1 ex. [ DBUU], in accumulated manure of caged-layer poultry ( Fernandes et al. 1995) GoogleMaps   ; São Paulo: Bastos + Cotia + Itapetininga + Mogi das Cruzes + Pindamonhangaba, 1985-1988, 519 larvae, in poultry manure accumulated in poultry farms ( Bruno et al. 1993)   .

Undetermined sp.

MEXICO: Sonora: Valle del Yaqui , 3 larvae (alcohol), # 2818 [ CIANO], from mud near poultry manure, 9 adults (pinned), # 1002 [ CIANO], emerged from larvae reared in laboratory (Pacheco M. 1978)   .

BRAZIL: São Paulo: Monte Mor, granja Capuavinha (30 km from Campinas), III-1991, 163 larvae, IV-1991, 188 larvae, V-1991, 178 larvae, VI-1991, 160 larvae, VII-1991, 220 larvae, VIII-1991, 2 larvae, IX-1991, 15 larvae, 3 adults, X-1991, 19 larvae, XI-1991, 3 larvae, XII-1991, 16 larvae, I-1992, 21 larvae, II-1992, 23 larvae, III-1992, 140 larvae, IV-1992, 114 larvae, extracted with funnel of Berlese-Tullgren ( Monteiro & Prado 2006); 7 km from São João da Boa Vista, granja Crisdan, I-2001 to XII-2002, larvae, mean 2.04 (Berlese funnel), 3.09 (water flotation) ( Lopes et al. 2007b).

DZUP

Universidade Federal do Parana, Colecao de Entomologia Pe. Jesus Santiago Moure