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Human remains infested with fly larvae or maggots.  : Stock Photo
Examples of such insects should be taken as evidence while the death scene is processed or when the body is autopsied. By identifying the species, analyzing the stage of development, and correlating with weather data, a forensic entomologist can predict a minimum post-mortem interval helping to establish the timeof death.

Human remains infested with fly larvae or maggots.

Credit: Dr. James L. Castner
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Examples of such insects should be taken as evidence while the death scene is processed or when the body is autopsied. By identifying the species, analyzing the stage of development, and correlating with weather data, a forensic entomologist can predict a minimum post-mortem interval helping to establish the timeof death.
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