Krzysztof Szpila
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An initial study of insect succession and carrion decomposition in various forest habitats of Central Europe
S Matuszewski, D Bajerlein, S Konwerski, K Szpila
Forensic Science International 180 (2-3), 61-69, 2008
1982008
Insect succession and carrion decomposition in selected forests of Central Europe. Part 2: Composition and residency patterns of carrion fauna
S Matuszewski, D Bajerlein, S Konwerski, K Szpila
Forensic Science International 195 (1-3), 42-51, 2010
1512010
Key for the identification of third instars of European blowflies (Diptera: Calliphoridae) of forensic importance
K Szpila
Current concepts in forensic entomology, 43-56, 2009
1102009
Insect succession and carrion decomposition in selected forests of Central Europe. Part 1: Pattern and rate of decomposition
S Matuszewski, D Bajerlein, S Konwerski, K Szpila
Forensic Science International 194 (1-3), 85-93, 2010
1002010
Insect succession and carrion decomposition in selected forests of Central Europe. Part 3: Succession of carrion fauna
S Matuszewski, D Bajerlein, S Konwerski, K Szpila
Forensic Science International 207 (1-3), 150-163, 2011
892011
Effect of body mass and clothing on carrion entomofauna
S Matuszewski, K Frątczak, S Konwerski, D Bajerlein, K Szpila, ...
International journal of legal medicine 130 (1), 221-232, 2016
602016
Species identification of Middle Eastern blowflies (Diptera: Calliphoridae) of forensic importance
K Akbarzadeh, JF Wallman, H Sulakova, K Szpila
Parasitology research 114 (4), 1463-1472, 2015
592015
Morphology of the first instar of Calliphora vicina, Phormia regina and Lucilia illustris (Diptera, Calliphoridae)
K Szpila, T Pape, A Rusinek
Medical and Veterinary Entomology 22 (1), 16-25, 2008
492008
Key for identification of European and Mediterranean blowflies (Diptera, Calliphoridae) of medical and veterinary importance–adult flies
K Szpila
Forensic entomology, an introduction, II edition. Willey-Blackwell, 77-81, 2012
442012
Third instar larvae of flesh flies (Diptera: Sarcophagidae) of forensic importance—critical review of characters and key for European species
K Szpila, R Richet, T Pape
Parasitology research 114 (6), 2279-2289, 2015
422015
Flesh flies (Diptera: Sarcophagidae) colonising large carcasses in Central Europe
K Szpila, A Mądra, M Jarmusz, S Matuszewski
Parasitology Research 114 (6), 2341-2348, 2015
412015
A new dipteran forensic indicator in buried bodies
K Szpila, JG Voss, T Pape
Medical and Veterinary Entomology 24 (3), 278-283, 2010
402010
Muscidae (Diptera) of forensic importance—an identification key to third instar larvae of the western Palaearctic region and a catalogue of the muscid carrion community
A Grzywacz, MJR Hall, T Pape, K Szpila
International journal of legal medicine 131 (3), 855-866, 2017
362017
Rediscovery, redescription and reclassification of Beludzhia phylloteliptera (Diptera: Sarcophagidae: Miltogramminae)
K Szpila, T Pape
European Journal of Entomology 104 (1), 119, 2007
362007
A large‐scale molecular phylogeny of flesh flies (D iptera: S arcophagidae)
M PIWCZYŃSKI, K Szpila, A Grzywacz, T Pape
Systematic Entomology 39 (4), 783-799, 2014
342014
The first instar of European Miltogramminae
K Szpila
Wydawnictwo naukowe UMK, Toru n, 2010
322010
Chrysomya albiceps (Wiedemenn, 1819), a forensically important blowfy (Diptera: Calliphoridae) new for the Polish fauna
K Szpila, S Matuszewski, D Bajerlein, S Konwerski
Polish Journal of Entomology 4 (77), 2008
322008
Morphology and identification of first instars of African blow flies (Diptera: Calliphoridae) commonly of forensic importance
K Szpila, MH Villet
Journal of Medical Entomology 48 (4), 738-752, 2011
312011
Morphology and identification of first instars of the European and Mediterranean blowflies of forensic importance. Part II. Luciliinae
K Szpila, MJR Hall, T Pape, A Grzywacz
Medical and veterinary entomology 27 (4), 349-366, 2013
302013
The first instar larva of Apodacra pulchra (Diptera: Sarcophagidae, Miltogramminae)
K Szpila, T Pape
Insect Systematics and Evolution 36, 293-300, 2005
292005
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