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C. and P. describe the finding of a second-stage larva of Hypoderma bovis in a subcutaneous tumour on the withers of a mare in northern France. They discuss the existing records of cattle warbles in horses and point out that, so far, no authenticated instance is known of a mature third-stage larva...

Author(s)
Carpentier, G.; Pelletier, L.
Citation
Recueil de Medecine Veterinaire, 1936, 112, pp 705-711
Abstract

Research during the past 20 years on the control of the warble fly in France and attempts at regional control in Aquitaine and Brittany are briefly reviewed. Both Hypoderma lineatum (Vill.) and H. bovis (L.) occur, the former predominating in western districts near the coast. About 20% of the 20...

Author(s)
Magat, A.
Citation
Toxicology, biodegradation and efficacy of livestock pesticides. Proceedings of an Advanced Study Institute on Toxicity of Pesticides used on Livestock sponsored by the North Atlantic Treaty Organization and organized by the Research Station, Canada Department of Agriculture, Lethbridge, Alberta., 1972, pp 343-349
Abstract

Since the internal types of myiasis described in the previous part of this paper [see preceding abstract] are usually caused by Hypoderma spp. (H. bovis (L.), H. lineatum (Vill.) and H. diana Brauer), the pathological conditions produced by these species, especially in man, are examined in more...

Author(s)
Lapierre, J.
Citation
Concours Medical, 1977, 99, 47, pp 7375-7379
Abstract

Infestation by Hypoderma bovis (L.)and H. lineatum (Vill.), which is seldom fatal and therefore not considered as a serious disorder of cattle, has important economic consequences owing to the perforation of the hide and the reduction in the growth rate of young cattle and in the milk production....

Author(s)
Richard, C.; Nguyen, H. N.
Citation
Recueil de Medecine Veterinaire de l'Ecole d'Alfort, 1981, 157, 5, pp 429-432
Abstract

Attempts to control infestation of cattle by Hypoderma bovis (L.) and H. lineatum (Vill.) in France in 1978-81 are reviewed. In general, heifers were treated once in the autumn with a systemic insecticide (trichlorfon at 17 mg/kg body weight, phosmet at 10 mg or fenthion at 7 mg) applied by the...

Author(s)
Boulard, C.; Billardon, G.; Biron, G.; Hillion, E.; Vigouroux, B.
Citation
Annales de Recherches Vétérinaires, 1983, 14, 2, pp 183-188
Abstract

The authors review the history of attempts in France to control infestation of cattle by Hypoderma bovis (L.) and H. lineatum (Vill.) and describe in detail the first national control scheme, which was initiated in 1978 on a Departmental level. It is shown that partial success has been achieved in...

Author(s)
Boulard, C.; Havage, J. P.; Albessard, A.
Publisher
A.A. Balkema, Rotterdam, Netherlands
Citation
Warble fly control in Europe. A symposium in the EC Programme of Coordination of Research on Animal Pathology, Brussels, 16-17 September 1982, 1984, pp 49-57
Abstract

Three serine proteinases (hypodermin A, B and C) of the 1st-instar larvae of Hypoderma lineatum (Vill.) were assayed in France for their ability to deplete the serum complement of naive and immune cattle. In naive cattle, complement consumption was initiated by hypodermin B through the sequence of...

Author(s)
Boulard, C.; Bencharif, F.
Citation
Parasite Immunology, 1984, 6, 5, pp 459-467
Abstract

During March-June of 1982 and 1983, 1910 beef cattle that had been imported from France were examined for warbles in nine herds; 546 (28.6%) were infested. Of 252 larvae, 94% were H. bovis and 6% H. lineatum.

Author(s)
Marconcini, A.; Macchioni, G.; Gualtieri, P.
Citation
Annali della Facoltà di Medicina Veterinaria di Pisa, 1984, 37, pp 155-163
Abstract

In each of five warble-infected herds, 40 animals were treated with ivermectin, between six weeks before and one week after the estimated date of termination of egg-laying by Hypoderma flies. The results (presence of nodules on treated animals) indicated that ivermectin remained effective for about ...

Author(s)
Borios, P.; Boulet, M.; Flambeaux, D.; Musnier, L.; Vayssade, J. P.
Citation
Bulletin Mensuel de la Société Vétérinaire Pratique de France, 1989, 73, 4, pp 213, 216-221
Abstract

An account of the postmortem procedures for emergency slaughtered cattle with suspected complications arising from treatment for Hypoderma infestation.

Author(s)
Prieur, G.
Citation
Bulletin des G.T.V., 1990, No. 2, pp 7-9

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