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Table 3 Cases of myiasis in cats caused by taxa of the family Calliphoridae

From: Myiasis in domestic cats: a global review

TaxonType of myiasisNo. of casesSexAgeCountryReferences
Cochliomyia sp.cut1unkAUSA[10]
Cochliomyia hominivoraxophth1ABrazil[88]
oral1ABrazil[88]
cut2unkunkUSA[92]
cut3unkunkUSA[93]
cut2unkunkTrinidad and Tobago[94]
cut2unkunkJamaica[95]
cut1unkunkArgentina[171]
cut9unkunkArgentina[96]
cut101♀; 9♂ABrazil[88]
cut5ABrazil[90]
cut-oral-resp1ABrazil[89]
unkunkunkunkUSA[172]
unk2unkunkCuraçao[173]
unkunkunkunkBrazil[86]
unk>152unkunkBrazil[87]
unk1unkunkBrazil[91]
unk2unkunkUSA[85]
Chrysomya bezzianacut213♀; 18♂1K; 20AMalaysia[100]
unkunkunkunkPapua New Guinea[97]
unk1unkunkPapua New Guinea[98]
unk4unkunkSri Lanka[99]
Lucilia sericataophth1unkATurkey[120]
cut1unkunkGermany[111]
cut1unkArgentina[125]
cut10unkunkArgentina[96]
cut1unkunkIsrael[119]
cut21unk; 1♀unkMalta[115]
cut2AItaly[117]
cut1ATurkey[121]
cut1unkTurkey[123]
urog1unkUSA[124]
urog1ATurkey[118]
urog1ATurkey[122]
gastr1unkunkItaly[108]
gastr2unkunkIsrael[119]
unkunkunkunkAustria[113]
cut-gastr-urog4unkunkAustria[112]
Calliphora vicinacut3ASpain[134]
aur1unkKItaly[117]
Phormia reginacut-aur-gastr3unkKTurkey[144]
Lucilia eximiacut1KBrazil[146]
Lucilia caesarunkunkunkunkAustria[113]
Lucilia coeruleiviridisunk1unkKUSA[154]
Lucilia sp.unkunkunkunkCanada[174]
  1. Abbreviations: urog, urogenital; gastr, gastrointestinal; aur, auricular; ophth, ophthalmic; cut, cutaneous; resp, respiratory tract; unk, unknown; A, adult; K, kitten