[ English | Bahasa Malaysia ] Today is 22nd May 2019, 07:10 PM (Last updated: 14th May 2019)

Text Red Text Black Text Blue Text Green Text Smaller Text Reset Text Larger

Publication Details
Year :

2015

Journal :

Heo CC, Latif B, Silahuddin SA, Nazni WA and Omar B (2015). Morphological descriptions on the larvae of Hypopygiopsis fumipennis (Walker, 1856) (Diptera: Calliphoridae). Tropical Biomedicine 32(1): 151-159

Abstract :

The study on biodiversity of forensically important Diptera in the tropical rain forest in Malaysia is scarce. Thus, a preliminary survey was conducted at a jungle fringe near Kampung Bahagia Bukit Lagong, Sungai Buloh, Selangor. A rat carcass was offered to attract carrion flies and we collected an adult female calliphorid, Hypopygiopsis fumipennis (Walker, 1856) during the fresh stage of carcass decomposition. The female fly was allowed to oviposit on chicken liver in a container and the resulting larvae were reared to the adult stage. Along the developmental process, several individuals from each instar were collected and preserved in 70% ethanol and then processed on the slides. We recorded the duration of development for each instar and described its larval features for the first time. The third instar larvae of H.fumipennis showed accessory oral sclerite present, anterior spiracle with 13-15 papillae, intersegmental spines mostly unicuspid with pointed end, and posterior spiracles heavily sclerotized with inter-slit projections. Some larval differences between H. fumipennis and Hypopygiopsis violacea were noted.

myGOV MAMPU JPA IKU MSC NMMR CRC MyHEALTH MOH Globinmed SPA krste.my

Notice

Logo-SIRIM-n-UKAS-IMR

IMR is a SIRIM accredited organisation (certificate number 2972).

This site is best viewed on Firefox (24.0) with resolution higher than 1280 x 768 pixels.

Our Location

world

Located at Jalan Pahang, 50588 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. We operate from 8.00am - 5.00pm Monday - Friday. Click on the map image to launch Google Maps service.

Get in touch with us