Infestación de Musca domestica L. (Díptera, Muscidae) en faenadoras avícolas

Roberto Carlos Dávila Morán, Juan Manuel Sánchez Soto, Vitelio Asencios Tarazona, Jhonny Henry Piñán García, Guadalupe Ramírez Reyes, Nérida del Cármen Pastrana Díaz, Pedro Getulio Villavicencio Guardia

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Resumen

Musca domestica (Diptera, Muscidae) is the most common fly in the world. More than 100 pathogens can cause diseases in humans and animals by these types of insects. These pathogens include: infant diarrhea, anthrax, cholera, ophthalmia, bacillary dysentery, typhoid fever, and tuberculosis. In addition, houseflies transmit many of the eggs of helminths such as Enterobius vermicularis, Strongyloides stercoralis, Trichuris trichiura, Toxocara canis, and Dipylidium, Diphyllobothriam, Hymenolepis, Taenia, and Trichomonas species. It can also transmit cysts of protozoa and trophozoites such as E. histolytica and Giardia lamblia. The infestation index by Musca domestica L. (Diptera, Muscidae) was determined in a poultry slaughterhouse located in Peru. For this, not only the applied treatment was evaluated: entomological glue protocol (T1), fly infestation monitoring (T2) or combination of UV LED lamps plus adhesive glue table (T3), but also the different slaughter areas: unloading and holding areas (ZDE), preparation (ZP), additional stamping-out areas (ZSS), preparation of organic waste (ZPRO), conservation of organic waste (ZCRO) and blood conservation (ZCS). The results showed that, regardless of the area of operation, the most effective treatment to determine housefly infestation was the LED lamp combined with glue boards (T3), followed by the entomological glue protocol treatment (T1) and the treatment by Monitoring of fly infestation (T2) regardless of the days of collection. It is important to follow the different regulations in order to control and eliminate the presence of flies (and other flying insects) to avoid contamination and, therefore, diseases.

Título traducido de la contribuciónInfestation of Musca domestica L. (Diptera, Muscidae) in poultry slaughterhouses
Idioma originalEspañol
Páginas (desde-hasta)873-878
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PublicaciónBoletin de Malariologia y Salud Ambiental
Volumen62
N.º4
DOI
EstadoIndizado - jul. 2022

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Palabras clave

  • Musca domestica
  • infection rate
  • poultry slaughterer

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