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Black putrefaction is the stage that follows. In this stage, the body cavity ruptures. The gases trapped inside the body escape and the green color on the abdomen darkens. All of this occurs ten to twenty days after death. The insects found living inside the body include: calliphoridae (blow-fly) larvae, staphylinidae (rove beetles), histeridae (clown beetles), gamasid mites, ptomaphila (Australian carrion beetles), trichopterygidae (feather-winged beetle), piophilid (cheese fly) larvae, parasitic wasps, staphylinidae (rove beetle) larvae, trichopterygidae (feather-winged beetle) larvae, ptomaphila (Australian carrion beetle) larvae, dermestes (skin beetles), tyroglyphid mites, tineid (clothes moth) larvae, and dermestes (skin beetle) larvae.
Thank you RD - but you have missed the point - please read OP.