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Daily (10.00-12.00 h) C02-lured, net-trapped samples of Diptera in a pasture showed the same seasonal patterns in Tabanidae and Musca hervei as did direct observation on cattle there, and these 2 methods agreed in showing Tabanus nipponicus, T. fulvimedioides and Hirosia humilis to be the 3...

Author(s)
Amano, K.
Citation
Annual Report of the Society of Plant Protection of North Japan, 1989, No. 40, pp 178-180
Abstract

Studies were conducted in Iwate Prefecture, Honshu, Japan, on Scathophaga stercoraria, S. scybalaria, Musca hervei, M. domestica, Orthellia pacifica [Neomyia laevifrons] and Haematobia irritans during pasturing seasons at Tamayama Village in 1980-82 and at Kuriyawaga in 1983-87, and by means of...

Author(s)
Amano, K.
Citation
Bulletin of the Tohoku National Agricultural Experiment Station, 1989, No. 80, pp 89-212
Abstract

Intraspecific competition was studied in the larvae of O. pacifica [Neomyia pacifica], a dung-breeding fly common on the pastures of northern Japan. Newly hatched larvae were reared in cups to adult emergence at 31 different densities (1-301 larvae/50 g dung). As densities increased, there was a...

Author(s)
Amano, K.
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Applied Entomology and Zoology, 1988, 23, 4, pp 367-372
Abstract

The susceptibility of M. hervei to permethrin was compared with that of Haematobia irritans to find out why the latter were controlled more efficiently by permethrin-impregnated ear tags than were M. hervei. The KC50 of permethrin 30 min after residual treatment was far lower for M. hervei (11.83...

Author(s)
Amano, K.
Citation
Annual Report of the Society of Plant Protection of North Japan, 1987, No. 38, pp 175-176
Abstract

Larvae of Scathophaga stercoraria were reared in Japan at a density of 30/100g cattle faeces at constant temperatures between 10 and 34°C. The survival rate was low and larval head-widths were small at temperatures above 22°C, and it appears that the fly is adapted to cool climates. The duration of ...

Author(s)
Amano, K.
Citation
Annual Report of the Society of Plant Protection of North Japan, 1983, No. 34, pp 64-65
Abstract

Studies on Scathophaga stercoraria in Iwate Prefecture, Japan, showed 2 annual peaks of activity (in mid-May and mid-October). Males were taken most abundantly on cattle faeces and females most abundantly in mosquito-net traps. Under semi-outdoor conditions, adults emerged from overwintering pupae...

Author(s)
Amano, K.
Citation
Annual Report of the Society of Plant Protection of North Japan, 1983, No. 34, pp 66-68