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Abstract

Cattle-baited and poultry-baited traps, a modification of the steer-baited trap designed by R.H. Roberts (1965) [see Mosquito News, 25: 281-285], were constructed and used for sampling haematophagous Diptera, including large-sized Tabanidae and small-sized Ceratopogonidae. The width of the slit was ...

Author(s)
Hayakawa, H.; Yamashita, N.; Hasegawa, T.; Tsubaki, Y.; Iwane, K.; Shinjo, G.
Citation
Japanese Journal of Sanitary Zoology, 1990, 41, 2, pp 121-125
Abstract

Tabanid flies were collected by 4 different methods (net-sweeping from cattle, cattle-baited trap, CO2-lured mosquito-net trap and light trap) at a livestock farm in Shizukuishi-cho, Iwate Prefecture, Honshu, Japan. In total, 21 species belonging to 5 genera were collected from May to September,...

Author(s)
Iwane, K.; Hayakawa, H.; Yamashita, N.; Hasegawa, T.
Citation
Japanese Journal of Sanitary Zoology, 1991, 42, 1, pp 1-7
Abstract

Dissections of female blackflies collected while attacking a cow at the Omyojin Farm, Iwate, northern Japan, showed that 4.4% of 1104 Simulium daisense, 0.8% of 913 S. aokii, 0.5% of 741 S. iwatense and 0.9% of 340 S. nikkoense examined were naturally infected with filarial larvae. There were at...

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Takaoka, H.; Aoki, C.; Hayakawa, H.
Citation
Japanese Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene, 1992, 20, 1, pp 1-9
Abstract

Eleven species of tabanid flies belonging to 5 genera were observed to be attacking cattle during a survey conducted in 1984-85 in an upland farming area in the Tokachi Plain, Japan (where the Upland Farming Division, Hokkaido National Agricultural Experiment Station is situated). The flies...

Author(s)
Hayakawa, H.
Citation
Japanese Journal of Sanitary Zoology, 1989, 40, 3, pp 181-186
Abstract

Observations on grazing cattle at Morioka, Iwate, Japan, showed that in summer, grazing was often disturbed by severe attacks by tabanids; the decreases in grazing time and increases in standing and walking time were much more marked among a Japanese black breed than among a Japanese shorthorn...

Author(s)
Hayakawa, H.; Takahashi, H.; Kikuchi, T.
Citation
Annual Report of the Society of Plant Protection of North Japan, 1984, 35, pp 162-164
Abstract

Three species of dung beetles in the genus Onthophagus and 5 species in the genus Aphodius were collected from cattle faeces in the Okinawa Islands, Japan. The dominant species were O. viduus and A. urostigma.

Author(s)
Hayakawa, H.; Hasegawa, T.
Citation
Annual Report of the Society of Plant Protection of North Japan, 1983, No. 34, pp 71-72
Abstract

Nine species of Culicoides were taken in light in a cattle shed at Shimokuriyagawa, Morioka, Japan. The dominant species were C. sigaensis [C. maculatus], C. sinanoensis and C. arakawai.

Author(s)
Hayakawa, H.; Kitaoka, S.
Citation
Annual Report of the Society of Plant Protection of North Japan, 1982, No. 33, pp 144-145
Abstract

During studies in Eburi District, Hokkaido, Japan, 7 species of dung beetles were collected from horse faeces and 11 from cattle faeces. The predominant species in both types were Ca[ccobius] jessoensis, L[iatongus] phanaeoides and A[phodius] sublimbatus.

Author(s)
Hayakawa, H.
Citation
Annual Report of the Society of Plant Protection of North Japan, 1982, No. 33, pp 142

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