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On the Flies Collected from Suseungdae Area, Geochang-gun, Gyeongnam, Korea and Their Seasonal Prevalence
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On the Flies Collected from Suseungdae Area, Geochang-gun, Gyeongnam, Korea and Their Seasonal Prevalence
Jo, Tae-Ho; Jung, Youn-Yong;
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 Abstract
The total number of flies collected was 4,864 with sex ratio of 32.8% from Suseungdae area, Geochang-gun, Gyeongnam, Korea. The fauna of fly was 35 species consisting of 13 Calliphoridae, 12 Muscidae, 8 Sarcophagidae, 1 Dryomyzidae and 1 Anthomyiidae. The number of genus and species of Calliphoridae and Muscidae of Suseungdae area were similarly found in the mountain and residential areas, however, those of Sarcophagidae was similar with that of residential area. Calliphoridae was the most dominant family at the survey sites with 60.4% of the total collected flies, and followed Muscidae 33.3% and Sarcophagidae 6.2%. The dominant species were constituted of 83.6% of the total flies and the order of collected flies was Chrysomyia pinguis (42.2%), Limnophora sp. (10.8%), Muscina angustifrons (8.6%), Calliphora lata (8.1%), Fannia scalaris (5.5%), Lucilia caesar (3.9%), and Boettcherisca peregrina (4.2%). The seasonal prevalence of flies was from the middle of March to the end of November, and the peak time of appearance was the middle of June, middle of September and middle of October. The highest peak of prevalence was the middle of October. The similarity index of the flies was above 80%, compared to Mt. Geonheung and landfill in Geochang-gun. The number of fly species was more affected by the mean air temperature. In the comparison of the seasonal prevalence and relative abundance of 7 predominant species among 35 species, each species was found to exhibit its specific characteristics and showed the pattern of species.
 Keywords
Flies;Seasonal prevalence;Suseungdae area;Geochang;Korea;
 Language
Korean
 Cited by
1.
제주도 한라산 일대 파리류의 계절적인 발생소장 및 수직분포,조태호;

Journal of Environmental Science International, 2010. vol.19. 4, pp.491-507 crossref(new window)
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