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References Boller F. 1983. Zur Larvalmorphologie der Gattung Philonthus Curtis (Coleoptera, Staphylinidae). Spixiana 6 : 113-131. Burakowski B., Mroczkowski M., Stefańska J. 1980. Chrząszcze Coleoptera - Kusakowate Staphylinidae, część 2. Katalog Fauny Polski, Warszawa, XXIII 7 : 1-272. Byrne M. 1993. The immature stages of Philonthus sanamus Tottenham (Coleoptera: Staphylinidae). African Entomology 1 : 229-234. Cerruti M. 1941. Descrizione della prima larva di Philonthus peregrinus Fauv. (Col. Staph.). Rivista di Biologia Coloniale 4 : 293-300. Chani

Zoonoses, Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, Assiut University for supplying the materials and kind supervision. The authors declare that they have no conflicts of interest. References Arrango, C.A. (1998): Visceral larva migrans and the hyper-eosinophilia syndrome. South. Med. J ., 9: 882 – 883. 10.1097/00007611-199809000-00019 Arrango C.A. 1998 Visceral larva migrans and the hyper-eosinophilia syndrome South. Med. J 9 882 883 10.1097/00007611-199809000-00019 Ashwath, M.K., Robinson, D.R., Katner, H.P. (2004): A presumptive case of toxocariasis associated with

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References 1. Tomovic M, Skiljevic D, Zivanovic D, Tanasilovic S, Vesic S, Djakovic Z, et al. Two cases of probable endogenous extensive cutaneous larva migrans in Serbia. Acta Dermatovenerol Alp Pannonica Adriat. 2008;17(1):37-40. 2. Meotti CD, Plates G, Nogueira LL, Silva RA, Paolini KS, Nunes EM, et al. Cutaneous larva migrans on the scalp: atypical presentation of a common disease. An Bras Dermatol. 2014;89(2):332-3. 3. Tekely E, Szostakiewicz B, Wawrzycki B, Kądziela-Wypyska G, Juszkiewicz-Borowiec M, Pietrzak A, et al. Cutaneous larva migrans syndrome: a

the larva and pupa of Flavohelodes thoracica (Guerin-Meneville) with notes on a phytohelma association (Coleoptera: Scirtidae). Proceedings of the Entomological Society of Washington 92(4) : 765–770. WATTS C. H. S. 2004: Revision of Australian Scirtes Illiger and Ora Clark (Coleoptera: Scirtidae). Transactions of the Royal Society of South Australia 128(2) : 131–167. WATTS C. H. S. 2014: The larvae of some Australian Scirtidae (Coleoptera) with a key to known genera. Transactions of the Royal Society of South Australia 138(1) : 1–91. YOSHITOMI H. 1997: A revision


The mature larva of Agrilus antiquus croaticus Abeille de Perrin, 1897 from the stalks of Cytisus ruthenicus and Genista sp. (Leguminosae) in Kyiv and Kherson Regions (Ukraine) is described. According to the structure of labrum and location of microspinulae on inner side of maxillae, larva is attributed to Agrilus ater species-assemblage.

Descripton of Mordellistena Parvuliformis Larva (Coleoptera, Mordellidae)

A senior instar larva of Mordellistena parvuliformis Stschegoleva-Barovskaja, 1930 beetle is described.


Larval populations of Clunio sp.1 are reported for the first time from marine fouling samples obtained in Hurghada during November 2015. This is a new record for the Egyptian Red Sea fauna. A full structural description of the larva is provided and its local distribution is discussed.

B ibliography 1. Reichert F, Pilger D, Schuster A, Lesshafft H, Guedes de Oliveira S, Ignatius R, Feldmeier H. Prevalence and Risk Factors of Hookworm-Related Cutaneous Larva Migrans (HrCLM) in a Resource-Poor Community in Manaus, Brazil. PLOS Neglected Tropical Diseases 24: 1-13, 2016; 2. Vasievich MP, Villarreal JDM, Tomecki KJ. Got the Travel Bug? A Review of Common Infections, Infestations, Bites, and Stings Among Returning Travelers. Am J Clin Dermatol, 10.1007/s40257-016-0203-7, 2016; 3. Comparin C, Rodrigues MM, Santos BC Images in Clinical Tropical


The flower- or hoverflies (Syrphidae) and particularly the subfamily Eristalinae, are known by their importance as pollinators in both natural and agro-ecosystems. Similar to other saprophagous eristalines, the larvae of Eristalis Latreille, 1804 are characterized by an elongated anal segment and a telescopic breathing tube. These features have given them the common name of rat-tailed maggots and allow them to develop in liquid or semi-liquid media loaded with decaying organic material. This paper presents the first description of the egg and the third-instar larva of the boreal species Eristalis fratercula (Zetterstedt, 1838). Morphological studies are presented based on cryo-scanning electron microscopy (cryo-SEM). After comparison with all other known species of the genus Eris-talis with described preimaginal morphology, we conclude that main diagnostic character of E. fratercula is the presence of long branched spicules located in the upper margin on the lateral lips. Finally, we provide an updated key that includes the 15 Eristalis species whose third larval stages have already been described.