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The Forensic Entomology and the Neotropic. Espina de Fereira 2 , FA. Barrios-Ferrer 3 y JL. Fereira-Paz 4. En nuestras observaciones de campo, Chrysomya sp. Forensic Entomology has reached an important status within the forensic sciences. The Neo-tropical countries have a vast and diverse environmental and faunal composition.
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A study of the Coleoptera Insecta fauna that inhabits Sus scrofa L. Foram coletados 4. Staphylinidae foi mais coletada na bandeja e Shannon modificada, e Silphidae na armadilha pit-fall. This paper sought to assess the Coleoptera fauna associated with carcasses of Sus scrofa L. The addition and sequential substitution of insect species could be used to estimate the post mortem interval PMI. A pig weighting 15 kg was sacrificed each season and put inside a cage. Sampling is made daily in a tray placed below the carcass and in a Shannon modified trap, and each 14 days in five pit-fall traps.