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飞虫兽暗藏杀机 寄生虫毛细血管吸吮血液

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飞虫兽传奇寄生虫故事。飞虫的世界里充满了瘟疫与灾祸,阴谋与神秘,还有永无休止的繁殖和竞争。它们的生命之舞奇异而美丽,但有时却又暗藏杀机。它们存在了千万年,为生态繁衍做出了重要贡献。飞虫兽暗藏杀机 寄生虫毛细血管吸吮血液。如果爱 www.iflove.com温情献阅,飞虫兽与您相约,惊险不容错过!精彩尽在传奇saga节目,敬请关注! NATURAL PEST CONTROL WITH BENEFICIAL INSECTS, Coming soon.

中文解说词:飞虫兽暗藏杀机 寄生虫毛细血管吸吮血液
English Title: Parasitic Flies: Natural Pest Control of Fly Parasites
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亲爱的宝贝,在上期如果爱www.iflove.com中,我们向大家介绍了我们的敌人和朋友——飞虫。飞虫令人作呕,甚至让人唯恐避之不及。但从另外一个方面讲,它们在自然界中又是不可缺少的,在维持生态平衡方面扮演着重要作用。在今天的如果爱www.iflove.com中,我们将继续走进飞虫的世界,看看它们在搞些什么名堂。

飞虫兽传奇,寄生虫故事。飞虫世界充满瘟疫与灾祸,阴谋与神秘,寄生虫毛细血管吸吮血液,还有永无休止的繁殖竞争。生命之舞奇异而美丽,但又暗藏杀机。飞虫兽存在千万年,为生态繁衍做出重要贡献。

Natural Control of Nuisance Flies or Fly Parasites

Fly parasites are the orginal biological control of pest flies. The natural enemy of most pest flies including house flies, horn flies, face flies and stable flies. Naturally occurring fly parasites live in the same environment that pest flies commonly lay their eggs, manure piles, compost heaps or anywhere decaying organic matter is found. Fly parasites reproduce by laying their eggs in the pupa of the pest flies. This fly parasite process kills the pest flies before they hatch.

People come across insects everyday. Commonly, insects bite or sting, in feeding or defense, leaving annoying itchy and painful welts. This site www.iflove.com is designed by entomologists and dedicated to help you to identify your bites and the source of those bites. We’re here to help. For more information about Beneficial Insects Parasitic Flies: Natural Pest Control of Fly Parasites, please visit www.iflove.com

Life Cycle of Fly Parasite

Life Cycle of Fly Parasite

A number of different kinds of flies feed on blood, including mosquitoes (family Culicidae), black flies (family Simuliidae), no-see-ums or biting gnats (family Ceratopogonidae), sandflies (family Psychodidae), snipe flies (family Rhagionidae), horse and deer flies (family Tabanidae) and stable flies (family Muscidae). Biting flies all have free-living larvae that feed on decaying plant matter or microorganisms. None of these insects live in the skin. Their feeding bites cause round, itchy, raised papules or welts. Mosquitoes are known to transmit a wide variety of disease-causing pathogens. In North America they are only known to transmit a number of encephalitis viruses including West Nile Virus and dog heartworm.

There are two groups of flies that do have larval stages that live on or in human skin. One, the human bot fly (Dermatobia hominis, family Oestridae), has large, 1/2 – 1 inch long, larvae that live and feed in the skin. These flies are not found in North America, only in Central and South America. The other flies, with larvae that feed on humans, are screw worms (genus Cochliomyia, family Muscidae). The larvae of these flies feed on dead or decaying tissue. They are sometimes used to clean wounds. The primary screw worm feeds on living tissue but is only found in Central and South America. These flies are not known to transmit any disease causing pathogens.

Fly Parasites Controlling pest flies for cattle, horses and poultry

Fly Parasites are nature’s original method of fly control. These tiny beneficial insects kill the larva before it can develop into a fly. Fly Parasites have been proven highly effective in a wide range of applications such as dairies, horse stables, poultry farms, feed lots, and waste water treatment facilities, anywhere flies breed and cause irritation to animals and humans.

Fly Parasites are gnat size, nocturnal, and do not sting or bite. They spend their entire life cycle on or near manure or decomposing organic material and will not migrate into patios, kitchens or houses. Fly Parasites are just about unnoticeable.

Flies are not particular about where they live or get their food, but the female fly is careful about where they lay their eggs. Flies look for fresh manure, garbage, or decomposing organic wastes. About 130 eggs are laid in one batch and females may lay up to 21 batches during her short, 30 day lifetime. 1 or 2 days after the eggs are laid the tiny, white maggots, called Larva, hatch. After 1 or 2 weeks the Larva will twice shed its skin. The new skin then hardens into a brown cocoon, called the Pupa. When the weather is warm this stage lasts 3 to 6 days. Inside the larva is changing into the winged fly. Life Cycle of the Fly

Fly parasites are careful about their eggs also. The female fly parasite seeks out the immature fly at the pupa stage, bores thru the cocoon and lays up to 7 eggs of her own that feed off the larva until they hatch 2 to 3 weeks later. Within a few days the fly parasite will mate and start the cycle of searching out and destroying another generation of flies.

With fly control it is important to note it is much easier to prevent a fly problem from happening than to stop a problem once flies have multiplied to where they are a nuisance. For best results it is beneficial to start using fly parasites early in the spring when the weather starts warming up, and then every 3 to 4 weeks throughout the summer fly season until the weather begins to cool off in the fall. Flies reproduce 9 times greater than fly parasites – to control flies repetition is important.

Nuisance Flies: Look at our recommended usage chart to determine how many fly parasites you will need. This is not an exact science. Along with the number of animals you have you should take into consideration your area, how often manure is removed, whether there is standing water where flies gather, how early are you dealing with flies, and what level of fly problem do you currently have.

Fly Parasites – Just what are they?

Fly parasites are really just very tiny flies. They do not bite or sting and never become a pest themselves. The live their entire life on or near manure piles or decaying organic matter and live solely on pest fly pupa or larve. Fly parasites typically go unnoticed within the environment and offer you natural organic control of pest flies.

How effective are Fly Parasites?

The US Department of Agriculture has reported results of well how fly parasites control fly populations in two different studies. One study concluded that fly parasites surpressed a population of house flies in about 30 days. Another reported that a after 90 days all house flies and stable flies in a poultry barn had been completely eliminated.

Most people who have used fly parasites report them as very effective. A number of periodicals related to horse, cattle and poultry production have featured fly parasites as the organic way to control flies. For more information about Beneficial Insects Parasitic Flies: Natural Pest Control of Fly Parasites, please visit www.iflove.com

How many Fly Parasites do I need?

There are lots of different publications that will provide different numbers when helping you determine the number of fly parasite colonies that are needed. We have found that it is best to establish a colony of of fly parasites rather than simply buying one or two thousand insects. This insures that you have a viable number of fly parasites available to survive the elements and still control the population. The fly parasites we have available are shipped in colonies of 10,000 to 15,000 insects. This easily establishes enough insects to provide control of flies for hobby farm owners and small farms. For larger farms and feedlots investigating fly predators as a means of controlling pest flies we recommend that you contact us and we will work with you to determine the number of fly parasites that you need. We will help you determine the number of fly parasites needed based on the not only the number and type of animals that you have, but also the size of your feedlot, pasture or stable and the conditions in your area.

In any case we recommend that you plan several purchases of fly parasites to properly get them established. We recommend that you release parasites several times, first starting just after the last frost and finishing prior to the last frost. If you purchase fly parasites over time you will discover that you will maintain a residual colony that you may only need to supplement once a season.

How do you use Fly Parasites?

Fly parasites are easy to use, you simply dump them on your manure, compost or decaying material. Of course it is best to manage the decaying material. We recommend spreading them around on several locations on manure where you see a problem. Fly parasites will generally not travel from location to location so you many need to establish several different colonies. You can supplement the effectiveness by managing this decaying material well. Either keep manure in a pile where it gets too hot for many pest flies to reproduce or spread it thinnly so that it dries out, either method will help control pest flies. For more information about Beneficial Insects Parasitic Flies: Natural Pest Control of Fly Parasites, please visit www.iflove.com

Fly Parasites Prices

Fly parasites are available from The Beneficial Insect Company in colonies of 10000-15000 insects. For more information about Fly Parasites, Please visit www.iflove.com

Fly parasites are gnat-sized, nocturnal, burrowing insects which do not bite, sting, or harm humans or animals.

These tiny wasps kill the fly pupae both by host feeding and by parasitization, depositing their eggs into the live pupae. Adaptable to all climates, these parasitoids reproduce in two to three weeks, thus constantly reinforcing the beneficial insect population.

The insects are shipped as parasitized pupae in a sawdust medium and are dispersed by releasing a small handful at “hot spots”: for example, manure collection sites; under water troughs; along fence lines; below straw bedding; around mill areas, silage pits, and other feeding sites.

At the edges of these hot spots, scratch a 1/2 inch hole in the ground with your boot heel, drop in a small handful of sawdust and pupae, and cover with them with straw, earth, or manure to protect them against wind, birds, or pesticides.

The parasites may travel 30-50 meters in search of viable fly larvae and pupae. Repeat this release procedure in slightly different spots on subsequent applications. In this way, new cultures of parasites will be evenly distributed throughout the fly season.

Your insects arrive in a bag as parasitized pupae in a sawdust medium. The pupae are at various stages of development. Store at room temperature away from dogs or ants. Check for hatching over the next day or two by holding the bag up to a light source. When the first gnat-like parasites appear inside the bag, its time for application. Once dispersed, hatching will continue over the next 1-2 weeks.

The parasites are nocturnal, thus the optimal release time is dusk. Apply the parasites around the edges of hot spots — areas where manure and urine are accumulated — where flies are crawling and breedng. Scratch a 1/2 hole in the ground with your heel, drop in a tablespoon of the sawdust and pupae mixture, and cover the hole with dirt, manure, or straw. Repeat this process every 10-20 feet until the package contents are gone. Use a little extra in problem hot spots. For more information about Beneficial Insects Parasitic Flies: Natural Pest Control of Fly Parasites, please visit www.iflove.com

Common Name: Parasitic flies
Scientific Name: Varies
Description: Adult tachinid flies can superficially resemble houseflies, but vary by species in size, coloration and shape. Many are gray or black or have bodies marked with stripes. Many have distinct long bristles on the ends of their abdomens. However, some species are brightly colored (e.g., with a red abdomen and smoky black wings), and they may have prominent fringes of hairs along their hind legs. Larval (maggot) stages are rarely seen, but they may be observed when they emerge from host insects to pupate.

Some species of flesh flies (Diptera: Sarcophagidae) are also parasitic on some species of bees (Hymenoptera), beetles (Coleoptera) and caterpillars (Lepidoptera). Some species of humpbacked flies (Diptera: Phoridae) parasitize species of ants and bees (Hymenoptera), beetles (Coleoptera) and scale insects (Homoptera). Some smaller groups of flies (Sciomyzidae, Pipunculidae, Pyrgotidae, Anthomyiidae) also contain parasitic species.

Life Cycle: Life cycles vary by species. Eggs are sometimes laid on leaves and ingested by a host caterpillar during feeding. Female flies of other species may glue their eggs to the hosts’ body after which the hatching larva tunnels inside. In other species, eggs are inserted directly into the hosts’ body by the female. Once inside the body of the host, one or more larvae can develop through several stages (instars) for 4 to 14 days. They emerge from the host to pupate inside their last larval skin (puparium). Adults emerge 1 to 2 weeks later. Depending on species one or more generations occur per year. For more information about Beneficial Insects Parasitic Flies: Natural Pest Control of Fly Parasites, please visit www.iflove.com

Habitat and Food Source(s): Larvae (maggots) with hook-like mouthparts that tease apart tissues of their hosts. Adults have lapping mouthparts similar to those of houseflies. Individual species are generally host-specific. As a group, most species parasitize caterpillars (Lepidoptera) or beetles (Coleoptera). However, some species develop in sawflies (Hymenoptera), true bugs (Hemiptera), grasshoppers (Orthoptera) or other insects. Adult flies can be found while they visit flowers. Immature stages are only found in parasitized host insects. Stink bugs (Hemiptera) that are easily collected in rice or soybean fields or various caterpillars can be a good source for some tachinid fly parasites.

Pest Status: Larval stages develop inside developmental stages of other insects; beneficial insects; medically harmless.

飞虫的生命之舞奇异而美丽,但有时却又暗藏杀机。按蚊是疟疾以及其它病菌的携带者。它会利用两对锯齿状的薄片穿透皮肤,伸入毛细血管,吮吸血液,同时将致命的寄生虫植入人类的体内……スティングモン/Stingmon/刺虫兽(飞虫兽)成熟期病毒种昆虫型,登场:第二部TV版新奇昆虫型人型的数码兽,作为暗杀者的能力高。能看清敌人的要害并且一击毙命。冷静智力高,冷酷性格的持有者。因为被对坚硬壳遮盖所以防御力也高。必杀技终结刺丁:把敌人用两手的刺针串起来的技能。

飞虫兽暗藏杀机,寄生虫毛细血管吸吮血液。不管我们是否喜欢,飞虫总是伴随在我们的周围。它们存在了千万年,为生态繁衍做出了重要贡献。现在,就让我们打开如果爱www.iflove.com,一起体验飞虫兽的传奇世界!

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