ENTO Test 3

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ENTO Test 3
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Flies and Mosquitos
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  1. What is the order of flies?
    Diptera
  2. What are the three suborders of flies?
    • Nematocera- Long-horned flies
    • Brachycera- Short-horned flies
    • Cyclorrhapha- Circular stemmed flies
  3. Suborder Nematocera has what type of flies?
    Long horned flies
  4. The suborder Brachycera has what type of flies?
    short horned flies
  5. The suborder Cyclorrhapha has what type of flies?
    Circular stemmed flies
  6. What are the families of interest in the Suborder Nematocera?
    • Tipulidae - Crane Flies
    • Psychodidae - Moth and Sand flies
    • Culicidae - Mosquitos
    • Ceratopogonidae - Biting midges
    • Chironomidae - Midges
  7. What are some general characteristics of the Crane fly?
    Resembles giant mosquito, >1"
  8. What are Moth flies known for?
    Living around drains of sewers
  9. The family Culicidae features what?
    Mosquitos
  10. What transmits the disease blue tongue?
    Biting midges
  11. What is the family name for biting midges?
    Ceratopogonidae
  12. The suborder Brachycera are know for what?
    Antennae are typically shorter than head and thorax combined
  13. Horse and deer flies are in what family?
    Tabanidae
  14. The typical fly is in what suborder?
    Cyclorrhapha
  15. The family chloropidae feature what and has what identifying characteristic?
    Eye gnats - tiny
  16. The family Hippoboscidae feature what and has what identifying characteristic?
    Louse flies - no wings
  17. The family Oestridae feature what and has what identifying characteristic?
    Bot flies - look like bees
  18. The family Muscidae feature what and has what identifying characteristic?
    House fly, stable fly, horn fly, ect.
  19. The family Calliphoridae feature what and has what identifying characteristic?
    Blow flies - Metallic
  20. The family Sarcophagidae feature what and has what identifying characteristic?
    Flesh flies - red butt
  21. What is the scientific name of the house fly?
    Musca domestica
  22. What is the scientific name of the Face fly?
    Musca autumnalis
  23. What is the scientific name of the stable fly?
    Stomoxys calcitrans
  24. What is the scientific name of the horn fly?
    Haematobia irritans
  25. What is the family name for flesh flies?
    Sareophagidae
  26. What is the scientific name of the primary screwworm and what does it infest?
    Cochliomyia hominovorax, infests living tissue
  27. What is the scientific name of the secondary screwworm and what does it infest?
    Cochliomyia macellaria, infests dead tissue in wounds
  28. What is the scientific name of the Horse bot fly?
    Gastrophilus spp.
  29. What is the scientific name of the cattle bot fly?
    Hypoderma spp.
  30. What is the family name for the Keds?
    Hippoboscidae
  31. What is an arbovirus?
    VIruses that multiply in both vertebrate and invertebrate hosts
  32. What is the vector of Yellow Fever?
    Aedes aegypti
  33. What is the disease cycle for yellow fever?
    Mosquito -> Man -> Mosquito
  34. What is enchephalitides?
    viral disease which affects CNS of horses and humans
  35. True or False: All arboviral encephalitides are zoonotic?
    True

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