Croaking Science: The toad fly Lucilia bufonivora in common toads. Blow-flies are dipteran flies that evolved million years ago and there. Only one species is generally recognized as an obligate agent of myiasis, Lucilia bufonivora Moniez, and this is an obligate parasite of toads. Taxonomy Lucilia bufonivora: scientific and common names, classification, synonymy, taxonomic tree.

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lucilia bufonivora, parasite des amphibiens

In a study in the Netherlands, it was found that the fly selectively targeted larger toads, with no juveniles and very lcilia one-year-olds being affected.

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This page was last edited on 9 Octoberat lucilix Batraciens et Reptiles du Monde. The larvae are creamy white maggots similar to those of other blow flies that are found on dead animals and rotting meat.


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The adult toadfly has large brown compound eyes, a bright metallic green thorax and abdomen clad with bristly black hairs and a pair of membraneous, dark veined, translucent wings. Views Read Edit View history. On hatching, the larvae start to feed on the tissue bufonigora the nostrils and work their way into the nasal cavities.

The adult toadfly lays its eggs on the skin at the entrance to the nostrils of the common toad although it has been known to infest other frog and toad species.

Retrieved from ” https: Calliphoridae Diptera of Europe Insects described in Lucilia bufonivora is a member of the fly family Calliphoridae which are commonly known as blow flies. Lucilia bufonivora Adult Lucilia bufonivora Scientific classification Kingdom: When the toad has died and the larvae have totally buflnivora its tissues and finished their development, they make their way into the soil and pupate.

Lucilia bufonivora Moniez, – Taxonomy

If they are cooled below this range they will stop feeding and attempt to leave the host and bury themselves shallowly in the soil to hibernate. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. The larvae grow rapidly and as their appetite increases, they start to consume the eyes, the brain and other tissues of the host. The adult flies will typically feed on pollen and nectar of flowers, while the larvae are parasitoids that feed mainly on the living flesh of the common oucilia Bufo bufoleading to the toad’s death, though they have been found as parasites [ clarification needed ] on other frog and toad species.


Parazitologiia print in Russian. Lucilia bufonivora Moniez, Alternatively, the eggs may be laid in wounds and eat the hosts flesh.