Cacicus

Iorio, Osvaldo Di & Turienzo, Paola, 2012, Addenda to the insects found in birds’ nests from the Neotropical Region and Neotropical immigrants in the Nearctic Region, with a discussion of the probable transmission mechanism of Ornithocoris toledoi (Hemiptera: Cimicidae), Zootaxa 3349, pp. 1-17: 4

publication ID

http://doi.org/ 10.5281/zenodo.211000

persistent identifier

http://treatment.plazi.org/id/880F1003-A275-FF9D-FF23-3C6EFDC6F83D

treatment provided by

Plazi

scientific name

Cacicus
status

 

Cacicus   sp.

COLLEMBOLA   : Entomobryidae   (15 exx.); BLATTARIA   : Blattellidae   : Pseudophyllodromiinae   : Amazonina   sp. (5 adults, 254 nymphs); Amazonina conspersa   (1 adult); Amazonina nicteridicola   (1 adult); Unidentified sp. (10 nymphs); Blaberidae   : Epilamprinae   : Epilampra   sp. (4 adults in 2 nests); Unidentified sp. (3 exx.); ISOPTERA   (1 worker); HEMIPTERA   : Anthocoridae   (13 adults, 7 nymphs); Reduviidae   (3 nymphs, 1 adult); Emesinae   (1 nymph); Saicinae   : Tagalis evavilmae   Gil-Santana, Gouveia & Zeraik, 2010 (1 adult, 3 nymphs); Cicadellidae   (1 nymph); Diaspididae   (92 first nymphs, 1 adult male in 5 nests); PSOCOPTERA   (684 adults, 2656 nymphs); THYSANOPTERA   : Phlaeothripidae   (180 adults, 236 nymphs in all nests); COLEOPTERA   : Carabidae   (3 exx.); Cerambycidae   (1 ex.); Chrysomelidae   (1 larva); Cleridae   (18 adults, 1 larva); Corylophidae   (59 adults, 61 larvae); Cucujidae   (8 adults); Curculionidae   (4 adults, 7 larvae); Cryptorhynchinae   (1 adult); Curculioninae   (1 adult); Entiminae   (3 adults); Molytinae   (2 adults); Scolytinae   (47 adults); Dermestidae   (126 larvae); Elateridae   (2 larvae); Nitidulidae   (32 adults); Scydmaenidae   (2 adults); Staphylinidae   (43 adults, 5 larvae); Tenebrionidae   (19 adults, 7 larvae); Unidentified [family?] (8 larvae); DIPTERA   : Chloropidae   (13 adults); Ephydridae   (1 adult); Phoridae   (3 adults); Stratiomyidae   (3 larvae); Cecydomyiidae (2 larvae); Sciaridae   (1 adult, 1 larva); HYMENOPTERA   : Bethylidae   (1 adult); Cynipidae   (1 adult); Formicidae   : Dolichoderinae   : Azteca   sp. (48 exx.); Tapinoma   sp. (37 exx. in all nests); Formicinae   : Paratrechina   sp. (47 exx.); Myrmicinae: Crematogaster   sp. (1 ex.); Leptothorax   sp. (8 exx.); Pheidole   sp. (2 exx.); Solenopsis   sp. (84 exx.); Pseudomyrmecinae   : Pseudomyrmex   sp. (16 exx.); Mymaridae   (2 adults); Pteromalidae   (1 adult); LEPI- DOPTERA: Arctiidae   (8 larvae in 3 nests); Geometridae   (1 larva); Noctuidae   (7 adults, 13 larvae) [all INPA]

BRAZIL: Amazonas: near Manaus, municipality of Iranduba, near the meeting of the rivers Negro and Solimões, III-02 to VI-02, from a total of 9 nests [6 from Marchantaria (3 º 14 ’ 17 ’’ S, 59 º 57 ’ 00’’ W), 3 from Xiborena (3 º 10 ’ 04’’ S, 59 º 55 ’ 02’’ W)] ( Gouveia et al. 2012).

Gnorimopsar chopi (Vieillot, 1819)  

DIPTERA   : Muscidae  

Philornis angustifrons (Loew, 1861)  

BRAZIL: Distrito Federal: Brasilia, Zoologico, May [2009 or 2010], on [6?] nestlings ( Canzi 2011).

Molothrus oryzivorus (Gmelin, 1788)  

DIPTERA   : Muscidae  

Philornis   spp.

ARGENTINA: Misiones: [localities not discriminated], 8 botfly larvae observed on a cowbird nestling at 4 days of age with a body mass of 41.5 g; number of visible larvae increased to 19 and nestling body mass increased to 51 g at 6 days later; other cowbird nestling infested with botflies prior to this study in one of the colonies, Jorge Anfuso and Silvia Elsegood, pers. comm. ( Fraga 2011 a); nestlings parasitized by the larvae ( Fraga 2011 b).

Psarocolius montezuma (Lesson, 1830)  

[ DIPTERA   : Muscidae   ]

[ Philornis   sp.]

= “colmoyotes ( Dermatobia   sp.)”: Solorio 1994: 272 [host]

MEXICO: Quintana Roo: Bacalar, Campo Experimental Forestal San Felipe Bacalar (18 º 46 ’ N, 88 º 17 ’ W), III- 1986 to IV- 1992, two nestlings on the ground below a colony with “endoparasites,” each one with approx. 6 “colmoyotes” distributed in wings, neck, and legs ( Solorio 1994).

Note: The larvae of Dermatobia   [ Diptera   : Cuterebridae   ] produce subcutaneous myiasis exclusively on mammals, including humans ( Guimarães & Papavero 1999). Without doubt, Solorio (1994) observes a species of Philornis   with subcutaneous larvae.

INPA

Instituto Nacional de Pesquisas da Amazonia

Kingdom

Animalia

Phylum

Chordata

Class

Aves

Order

Passeriformes

Family

Icteridae