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Damage to the teat skin of milking cows by Vespula germanica and resulting inflammation of the skin was observed sporadically in Israel over a 10-year period. Damage occurred in the summer months (June-October). In 1988-89, the damage was much more prevalent, especially in western Galilee. 15% of...

Author(s)
Braverman, Y.; Marcusfeld, O.; Adler, H.; Yakobson, B.
Citation
Medical and Veterinary Entomology, 1991, 5, 1, pp 129-130
Abstract

Author(s)
Braverman, Y.; Kitron, U.; Killick-Kendrick, R.
Citation
Israel Journal of Veterinary Medicine, 1990, 45, 3, pp 206
Abstract

The biting midges of the Culicoides langeroni group, which consists of 4 species: C. langeroni (from Turkmenistan), C. judaeae (from Sinai, Egypt), C. pseudolangeroni (from Tunisia) and a new species, C. molotovae sp. nov. (from the Kara Kum desert, Turkmenistan), are reviewed. Pupae of C....

Author(s)
Glukhova, V. M.; Braverman, Y.
Citation
Journal of Medical Entomology, 1999, 36, 3, pp 309-312
Abstract

In Israel, bluetongue cannot be isolated before June and virus activity falls into a seasonal pattern; there is little evidence to support overwintering. Attention has turned to the Etesian wind across southern Turkey as a likely source of infection (by transporting Culicoides imicola vectors).

Author(s)
Braverman, Y.
Publisher
Commission of the European Communities, Luxembourg, Luxembourg
Citation
Blue tongue in the Mediterranean region. Proceedings of a meeting in the Community programme for coordination of agricultural research, Istituto Zooprofilatico Sperimentale dell' Abruzzo e del Molise, Teramo, Italy, 3 and 4 October 1985., 1987, pp 63-67
Abstract

Hypersensitive lesions in the the skin of sheep, cattle and donkeys from various regions of Israel are described. No causes other than insect bites were found. Culicoides spp. were considered the most likely cause of hypersensitivity. Lesions on the legs and abdomen were attributed mainly to C....

Author(s)
Yeruham, I.; Braverman, Y.; Orgad, U.
Citation
Australian Veterinary Journal, 1993, 70, 9, pp 348-352
Abstract

Host preferences of mosquitoes, mainly C. pipiens and Aedes caspius, were studied in Israel using live baits, chemical attractants (carbon dioxide, ammonia), light and suction traps. The feeding habits of C. pipiens were opportunistic. This species used a wide range of mammalian and avian hosts; a...

Author(s)
Braverman, Y.; Kitron, U.; Killick-Kendrick, R.
Citation
Journal of Medical Entomology, 1991, 28, 1, pp 133-138

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