The following references include article citations from scientific journals or books dealing with the topic of forensic entomology.  This list is not intended to be an exhaustive list of all relevant literature, but only a partial listing of the reference materials germane to the science of forensic entomology.

 

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Abbot, C. E.  1937.  The Necrophilous Habit of Coleoptera.  Bulletin of the Brooklyn Entomological Society.  32:202-204.

Adair, T.W. 1999. Chain of custody in the university setting: considerations for entomologists.  Antenna 23: 140-143.

Adair, T.W. 1999. Three species of blowfly (Diptera: Calliphoridae) collected from a human stillborn infant in the Rocky Mountains of Colorado. Journal of Medical Entomology 36: 236-237.

Adams, Z.J.O., and M.J.R. Hall. 2003. Methods used for the killing and preservation of blowfly larvae, and their effects on post-mortem larval length. Forensic Science International 138: 50-61.

Aggarwal, A.D.  2005.  Estimating the Postmortem Interval with the Help of Entomological Evidence.  Anil Aggarwal's Internet Journal of Forensic Medicine and Toxicology.  Vol. 6, Num. 2. 

Aldrich, J. M.  1916.  Sarcophaga and Allies in North America.   Thomas Say Foundation.  Lafayette, Indiana. 

Amendt, J.,  C. P. Campobasso.  E. Gaundry, C. Reiter, H. LeBlance, M. Hall.  2007.  Best Practice in Forensic Entomology: Standards and Guidelines.  International Journal of Legal Medicine.  121: 90-104.

Amendt, J. R., and M. Hall.  2007.  Forensic Entomology - Standards and Guidelines.  Proceedings of the 6th International Congrss of the Baltic Medico-Legal Association - New Technologies in Forensic Medicine.  Forensic Science International.  169(1):S27

Amendt, J. R. Zehner, and F. Reckel.  2007.  The Noctournal Oviposition Behaviour of Blowflies (Diptera: Calliphoridae) in Central Europe and its Forensic Applications.  Forensic Science International

Amendt, J., R. Kretteck, and R. Zehner. 2004. Forensic Entomology. Naturwissenshaften 91: 51-65.

Amendt, J. R. Kretteck, C. Niess, R. Zehner, and H. Bratzke. 2000. Forensic Entomology in Germany.  Forensic Science International 113: 309-314.

Ames, C., and B. Turner. 2003. Low temperature episodes in development of blowflies: implications for  postmortem interval estimation. Medical and Veterinary Entomology 17: 178-186.

Amorim, J. A., and O.B. Ribeiro.  2001.  Distinction among the puparia of three blowfly species (Diptera: Calliphoridae) frequently found on unburied corpses.  Memorias do Instituto Oswaldo Cruz.  96: 781-784.

Anderson, Gail.  2005.  Effects of arson on forensic entomology evidence.  Canadian Society Forensic Sciences Journal Vol 38. no 2 (2005) pp.49-67.

Anderson, G.S. 2001. Forensic entomology in British Columbia: a brief history. Journal of the Entomological Society of British Columbia 98: 127-135.

Anderson, G.S. 2000. Insect Succession on carrion and its relationship to determining time since death. IN Forensic Entomology: The utility of arthropods in legal investigations. Castner, E. and Byrd, J. (Eds.) CRC Press. Pp. 143-176 (Invited).

Anderson G.S. 2000. Minimum and maximum development rates of some forensically important Calliphoridae (Diptera). Journal of Forensic Sciences 45: 824-832.

Anderson, G. S.  1999. Wildlife forensic entomology: determining time of death in two illegally killed black bear cubs, a case report.  Journal of Forensic Sciences. in press.

Anderson, G. S.  1999. Forensic entomology: the use of insects in death investigations. Case Studies in Forensic Anthropology. S. Fairgreave. Toronto, Charles C. Thomas.

Anderson, G. S.  1997. The use of insects to determine time of decapitation: A case-study from British Columbia. Journal of Forensic Sciences. 42(5) 947-950.

Anderson, G. S. 1995.  The use of insects in death investigations: an analysis of forensic entomology cases in British Columbia over a five year period. Canadian Society of Forensic Sciences Journal. 28(4):277-292.

Anderson, G.S., and V.J. Cervenka. 2001. Insects associated with the body: Their use and analyses IN Advances in Forensic Taphonomy. Methods, Theory and Archeological Perspectives. Haglund, W. and Sorg, M. (Eds.) CRC Press. Pp. 174-200(Invited).

Anderson, G. S. and S. L. VanLaerhoven.  1996. Initial studies on insect succession on carrion in southwestern British Columbia. Journal of Forensic Sciences. 41(4):617-625.

Anderson, R. S.  1982. Resource Partitioning in the Carrion Beetle (Coleoptera: Silphidae) Fauna of Southern Ontario: Ecological and Evolutionary Considerations. Canadian Journal of Zoology. 60:1314-1325.

Anderson, R. S.  1982. On the Decreasing Abundance of Nicrophorus americanus (Olivier) (Coleoptera: Silphidae) in Eastern North America. Coleopt. Bulletin. 36(2):362-365.

Anderson, R. S., and S. B. Peck.  1985.  The Insects and Arachnids of Canada: Part 13. The Carrion Beetles of Canada and Alaska. Coleoptera: Silphidae and Agyrtidae. Research Branch Agriculture Canada. Publication 1778.

Archer, M.A., and J.F. Wallman. 2002. A new distribution record from Victoria for the blowfly, Chrysomya incisuralis (Macquart) (Diptera: Calliphoridae).  Proceedings of the Royal Society of Victoria 114: 59-60.

Archer, M.S., and M.A. Elgar. 2003a. Effects of decomposition on carcass attendance in a guild of carrion-breeding flies.  Medical and Veterinary Entomology 17: 263-271.

Archer, M.S., and M.A. Elgar.  2003b. Yearly activity patterns in southern Victoria (Australia) of seasonally active carrion insects. Forensic Science International 132: 173-176.

Arnaldos,  I., E. Romera, M.D. Garcia, and A. Luna.  2001.  An initial study on  the succession of sarcosaprophagous Diptera (Insecta) on carrion in the southeastern Iberian peninsula.  International Journal of Legal Medicine. 114: 156-162.

Arnaldos, M. I., M. D. Garcia, E. Romera, J. J. Presa, and A. Luna. 2005.  Estimation of postmortem interval in real cases based on experimentally obtained entomological evidence.  Forensic Science International. 149: 57-65

Ash, N. & B. Greenberg. 1974. Developmental temperature responses of the sibling species Phaenicia sericata and Phaenicia pallescensAnnals of the Entomological Society of America.  68(2): 197-200.

Ashworth, J. R. and R. Wall.  1994. Responses of the sheep blowflies Lucilia sericata and L. cuprina to odour and the development of semiochemical baits. Medical Veterinary Entomology. 8:303-309.

Avila, F. W. and M .L. Goff.  1998 . Arthropod succession patterns onto burnt carrion in two contrasting habitats in the Hawaiian Islands. Journal of Forensic Sciences. 43(3):581-586.

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Barrantes, G., and J. Weng.  2007.  Carrion feeding by spiderlings of the cob-web spider Theridion evexum (Araneae, Theridiidae).  J. Arachnol.  35(3) 557-560. 

Barton Browne, L., R. J. Bartell and H. H. Shorey.  1969. Pheromone-mediated behaviour leading to group oviposition in the blowfly, Lucilia cuprina. Journal of Insect Physiology. 15:1003-1014.

Bauch, R., K. Ziesenhenn and C. Groskoppf.  1984. Lucilia sericata myiasis (Diptera: Calliphoridae) on a gangrene of the foot. Angewandte Parasitologie. 25(3):167-169.

Baumgartner, D. L.  1986. The Hairy Maggot Blowfly, Chrysomya rufifacies (Macquart), Confirmed in Arizona. Journal of Entomological Science. 21:130-132.

Baumgartner, D. L.  1993. Review of Chrysomya rufifacies (Diptera: Calliphoridae) Journal of Medical Entomology. 30:338-352.

Baumgartner, D. L. & B. Greenberg. 1984. The genus Chrysomya (Diptera: Calliphoridae) in the new world. Journal of Medical Entomology 21(1): 105-113.

Baumgartner, D. L. & B. Greenberg. 1985. Distribution and medical ecology of the blow flies (Diptera: Calliphoridae) of Peru. Annals of the Entomological Society of America. 78: 565-587.

Baumgartner, D. L., and B. Greenberg.  1984. The Genus Chrysomya (Diptera: Calliphoridae) in the New World. Journal of Medical Entomology. 21:105-113.

Benecke, M.  2007.  Insects and Neglect of Elderly and Children.  In:  Gomes, L. (Ed).  Forensic Entomology.  Springer, Heidelberg, New York, Tokyo.  ISBN 9781402061394

Benecke, M. 2007.  History of Forensic Entomology. In: Gomes L (Ed.).  Forensic Entomology. Springer, Heidelberg, New York, Tokyo, ISBN 9781402061394

Benecke, M.  2004.  Forensic Entomology:  Arthropods and Corpses.  Ed: M. Tsokos.  Forensic Pathology Reviews.  Vol. 2  Humana Press  Inc.  Totowa, NJ.


Benecke, M., Josephi,  E., Zweihoff, R.  2004.  Neglect of the Elderly: Forensic Entomology Cases and Considerations. Forensic Science International.  146 Suppl 1:S195-S199  

 

Benecke, M.  2004.  Forensic Entomology: Arthropods and Corpses. In: Tsokos M (ed.) Forensic Path Rev Vol II, Humana Press, Totowa (NJ, USA), p. 207-240


Benecke, M.  (Ed.) 2004.  Forensic Entomology Special Issue. Anil Aggrawal's Internet Journal for Forensic Medicine and Toxicology. 5(1):1-59  

Benecke. M.  2001.  A Brief History of Forensic Entomology.  Forensic Science International.  120: 2-14.   


Benecke, M.  and L, Barksdale.  2003.  Distinction of bloodstain patterns from fly artifacts.  Forensic Science International 137:152-9 [PMID: 14609651, Medline indexed]

Benecke, M., LESSIG, R.  2002.  El Maltrato Infantil y la Entomolog�a Forense. Revista Jalisciense de Ciencias Forenses. 2(3), 32-37 

Benecke, M.  2002.  A Police Quarrel over "Maggots" in Soljanka Stew. Zoology 105 (Suppl. 5):96.

Benecke, M.  2001.  Rein einseitiges Auftreten von Schmei�fliegenmaden im Gesicht einer Faulleiche. [Unilateral occurrence of blowfly maggots in the face of a decomposing body.] Archiv f�r Kriminologie.  208:182-185

Benecke, M.  2001.  A Brief History of Forensic Entomology.  Forensic Science International 120:2-14

Benecke, M.  2001.  Forensic entomology: The Next Step.  Forensic Science International 120:1

Benecke, M.  1998.  Six forensic entomology cases: description and commentary. Journal of Forensic Sciences 43:797-805; 43:1303

Benecke, M.  1998.  Random Amplified Polymporphic DNA (RAPD) typing of necrophageous insects (Diptera, Coleoptera) in criminal forensic studies: validation and use in praxi. Forensic Science International 98:157-68 

Benecke M., and J. Wells. 2000. Molecular techniques for forensically important Insects.  In: Byrd JH, Castner JL (eds.)   Entomological Evidence:  Utility of Arthropods in Legal Investigations. CRC Press, Boca Raton, Pp. 341-352.

Benecke, M., E. Josephi, and R. Zweihoff.  (2004)  Neglect of Eldery:  Forensic Entomology cases and considerations.  Forensic Science International 146 Suppl 1:S195-S199.

Bharti, M., and D. Singh. 2003. Insect faunal succession on decaying rabbit carcasses in Punjab, India. Journal of Forensic Sciences.  48: 1133-1143.

Bohart, G. E. & J. L. Gressitt.  1951.  Filth-inhabiting Flies of Guam.  Bulletin of the Bernice P. Bishop Museum #204. 

Boonsriwong, W., K. Sukontason, J. K. Olson, R. C. Vogtsberger, U. Chaithong, B, Kuntalue, R. Ngern-klun, S. Upakut, and K. L. Sukontason.  2007.  fine structure of the alimentary canal of the larval blow fly Chrysomya megacephalaParasitol. Res. 100(3): 561-574.

Bornemissza, G. F.  1957. An analysis of arthropod succession in carrion and the effect of its decomposition on the soil fauna. Australian Journal of Zoology. 5:1-12.

Bourel, B., B. Callet, V. Hedouin, and D. Gosset. 2003. Flies eggs: a new method for the estimation of short-term post0mortem interval. Forensic Science International 135: 27-34.

Bourel, B., L. Fleurisse, V. Hedouin, J.C. Cailliez, C. Creusy, M.L. Goff, and D. Gosset. 2001. Immunohistochemical contribution to the study of morphine metabolism in Calliphoridae larvae and implications in forensic entomotoxicology.  Journal of Forensic Sciences 46: 596-599.

Bourel, B., N. Hubert, V. Hedouin, and D. Gosset. 2000. Forensic entomology applied to a mummified corpse. [French]. Annales de la Societe Entomologique de France. 36: 287-290.

Bourel, B., G. Tournel, V. Hedouin, V.M. Deveaux, M.L. Goff, and D. Gosset.  2001.  Morphine extraction in necrophagous insects remains for determining ante-mortem opiate intoxication.  Forensic Science International. 120: 127-131.

Bourel, B., G. Tournel, V. Hedouin, V.,M. Deveaux, M.L. Goff, and D. Gosset.  2001. Determination of drug levels in two species of necrophagous Coleoptera reared on substrates containing morphine. Journal of Forensic Sciences.  46: 600-603.

Bourguignon L., Gosselin M., Braet Y., Hubrecht F. & Karapetian J. 2006.  Forensic entomology and short-term PMI estimation : a case report.  Belgian Journal of Entomology 8 (2006) : 17-25

Braack, L .E. O.   1981. Visitation patterns of principal species of the insect complex at carcasses in the Kruger National Park. Koedoe. 24:33-49.

Buchan, M., and G.S. Anderson. 2001. A review of the current status of methods used in the later postmortem interval to determine time since death. Canadian Society of Forensic Sciences Journal.  34: 1-22.

Byrd, J. H., and J. C. Allen.  2001. The development of the black blow fly, Phormia regina (Meigen). Forensic Science International 120: 79-88.

Byrd, J. H., and J. F. Butler. 1998. The Effects of Temperature on Sarcophaga haemorrhoidalis (Diptera: Sarcophagidae) Development. Journal of Medical Entomology. 35(5):694-698.

Byrd, J. H. & J. F. Butler. 1997. Effects of temperature on Chrysomya rufifacies (Diptera: Calliphoridae) development. Journal of Medical Entomology 34(3): 353-358.

Byrd, J. H. & J. F. Butler.  1996. Effects of temperature on Cochliomyia macellaria (Diptera: Calliphoridae) development. Journal of Medical Entomology. 33(6): 901-905.

Byrd, J.H. and J. L. Castner.  (eds.)  2000.  Forensic Entomology:  The Utility of Arthropods in Legal Investigations.  CRC Press, Inc.  Boca Raton, FL. 

Byrne, A. L., M. A. Camann, T. L. Cyr, E. P. Catts and K. E. Espelie.  1995. Forensic Implications of Biochemical Differences Among Geographic Populations of the Black Blow Fly, Phormia regina (Meigen). Journal of Forensic Sciences. 40(3):372-377.

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Campobasso,  C. P., G. Di Vella, and F. Introna, Jr. 2001. Factors affecting decomposition and Diptera colonization. Forensic Science International 120: 18-27.   

Campobasso, C. P., and F. Introna, Jr. 2001 The forensic entomologist in the context of the forensic pathologist�s role. Forensic Science International 120: 132-139.

Campobasso, C. P., J. Linville, J. Wells, and F. Introna.  2005.  Forensic Genetic Analysis of Insect Gut Contents.
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Carter, D. O., D. Yellowlees, and M. Tibbett.  2007.  cadaver decomposition in terrestrial ecosystems.  Naturwissenschaften.  94(1): 12-24.

Carvalho, L.M.L., P.J. Thyssen, M. L. Goof,  A.X. Linhares.  2004.  Observations on the Succession
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Carvalho, L.M.L. de, and A.X. Linhares. 2001. Seasonality of insect succession and pig carcass decomposition in a natural forest area in Southeastern Brazil.  Journal of Forensic Sciences.  46: 604-608.

Carvalho, L.M., L. Linhares, A.X., and J.R. Trigo. 2001.  Determination of drug levels and the effect of diazepam on the growth of necrophagous flies of forensic importance in southeastern Brazil. Forensic Science International 120: 140-144.

Carvalho, L.M.L., P.J. Thyssen, A.X. Linhares, and F.A.B. Palhares.  2000.  A checklist of arthropods associated with pig carrion and human corpses in southeastern Brazil.  Memorias do Instituto Oswaldo Cruz.  95: 135-138.

Castner, J. L., J. H. Byrd, and J. F. Butler.  1995. Forensic Insect Field Identification Cards. Forensic Sciences Foundation, Inc., Colorado Springs, Colorado.

Catts, E. P. 1992. Problems in estimating the postmortem interval in death investigations. Journal of Agricultural Entomology. 9(4): 245- 255.

Catts, E. P. & M. L. Goff. 1992. Forensic entomology in criminal investigations. Annual Review of Entomology. 37: 253-272.

Catts, E. P. & N. H. Haskell. 1990. Entomology and Death: A procedural guide. E. P. Catts and N. H. Haskell, Eds. Forensic entomology specialties. Clemson, SC. 9-37.

Cebra, K. R.  2007.  Efficient processing of human remains using Dermestid beetles.  A presentation before the 59th annual meeting of the American Academy of Forensic Sciences.  Feb. 19-24, San Antonio, TX.

Centeno, N, M. Maldonado, and A. Oliva. 2002. Seasonal patterns of arthropods occurring on sheltered and unsheltered pig carcasses in Buenos Aires Province (Argentina). Forensic Science International.  126: 63-70.

Chapman, R. K.  1944. An Interesting Occurrence of Musca domestica (L.) Larvae in Infant Bedding. The Canadian Entomologist. 76:230-232.

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Chaitwong, T., K. L. Sukontason, U.  Chaitwong, J. K. Olsen, H. Kurahashi, K. Sukontason.  2007.  Male genitalia of the flesh fly Parasarcophaga (Liosarcophaga) dux (Diptera: Sarcophaga) revealed by scanning electron microscopy.  J. Amer. Mosq. Contr. 23(1): 80-83.

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