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Species Category: Flying pest
Family: Calliphoridae

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Typically, blue, black or green these insects have a metallic sheen. They are slightly larger than common house flies but have some similarities. Larvae of most species are scavengers of dead animals, flesh and dung

There are 119 species of blowflies prevalent all across India. Some species are native while most are present in other temperate and tropical regions of the world. Common Indian urban blowfly pest species include; Isomyia, Bengalia, Chrysomya, Lucilia, Stomorhina and Rhyncomya belonging to the family Calliphoridae.

Blowflies can travel for miles in search of the perfect egg laying site and will stay close to that site, laying multiple batches of eggs. They are often on the scene of an animal death within a very short space of time.

Behaviour
The term ‘blow’ refers to the tendency of this insect group to lay their eggs (oviposit) or lay live larvae (larviposit) on human food, dead animals or animal waste.

Blowflies feed on a variety of foods but the larvae more commonly live on decomposing organic matter. They play an important role in the breakdown of animal tissue. Maggots found in exposed meat or animal carcasses are almost always from blowfly species. Presence of Sarcophagid adults indicates a dead animal is nearby.

Risks
Due to their lifestyle and preference for decaying organic matter, blowflies are vectors of a wide variety of pathogens of harmful diseases. They transmit diseases and bacterial infections to both humans and animals.
Certain species are particularly harmful to sheep if they access an open wound. They eat the decaying flesh of the wound and inflame it, in some cases causing blood poisoning.

Common Name: Aedes mosquito
Scientific Name: Aedes aegyptii, Aedes albopictus
Pest Description:
Aedes mosquito, also known as ‘Asian tiger mosquito’ has typical black and white stripe markings on their body and legs.
Risk:
Aedes aegypti is the main vector of human diseases like dengue and chikungunya
Behaviour:
It is a day biting mosquito which feed indoors and outdoors, mainly in the early morning and the last 3-4 hours of daylight and prefer to rest indoors in secluded places, e.g.  under sinks, in curtain folds or in wardrobes.

Where to find them?
Aedes aegypti lives in close association with humans, typically breeding in household water-storage containers and other artificial rain-filled containers in the domestic environment, including roof gutters, discarded tyres of vehicles and discarded c.

Common Name: Anopheles mosquito
Scientific Name: Anopheles culicifacies, An. stephensi
Pest Description:
Anopheles mosquitoes have discrete blocks of black and white scales on the wings. Adult females can survive up to 1 month.
Risk:
Anopheles mosquitoes are known to transmit malaria. Anopheles culicifacies is responsible for transmission of 60-70% malaria in India.
Behaviour:
Adult Anopheles can also be identified by their typical resting position: they rest with their abdomens sticking up in the air about 45ºangle to the surface rather than parallel to the surface on which they are resting.
Where to find them?
Anopheles usually breeds in clear water which may be freshwater or saltwater. Mangrove swamps, rice fields, grassy ditches, edges of streams and rivers, temporary rain water collections. Many species prefer habitats with vegetation and some species may also breed in tree holes or the leaf axils of plants.

Common Name: Culex mosquito
Scientific Name: Culex spp.
Pest Description:
Approximately 5-6 mm in length, brownish grey, lays eggs on surface of water which stick to one another as floating rafts.
Risk:
Mostly nuisance mosquitoes; some Culex spp. are transmitters of serious diseases like filariasis, encephalitis and various arboviral infections that has significant impact on human health.
Behaviour:
Culex mosquitoes are opportunistic feeders and feed on human as well as range of animals depending on availability. Adult mosquitoes have a typical resting posture wherein the fore and middle legs are at the level to the surface and the hind legs are lifted up.
Where to find them?
Culex usually breeds in polluted water masses of all types, e.g. cesspools, open drains, ditches, ponds, stagnant tributaries of rivers, septic tanks, gutters, etc. Adult mosquitoes rest on vegetation around dark places in houses/ buildings, storm water drains present on the road sides.

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