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The population dynamics of 5 synanthropic Diptera, Chrysomya rufifacies, Musca domestica, Muscina stabulans, Sarcophaga cruentata [Bercaea cruentata] and Stomoxys calcitrans, were studied at 3 different habitats (an abattoir, cattle market and refuse tips) in Buraydah, Saudi Arabia. The number of...

Author(s)
Eesa, N. M.; El-Sibae, M. M.
Citation
Journal of the Egyptian Society of Parasitology, 1993, 23, 1, pp 133-140
Abstract

37 species with trophic links with cattle were recorded in 1986-1990 in the Chitinsk, Buryat, and Irkutsk region of East Siberia, Russia. 14 of these species represent a risk factor for cattle and may be divided into 3 ecological complexes. The steppe complex is dominated by Liperrosia titillans [...

Author(s)
Stupin, V. I.
Publisher
Nauchno-Issdelovatel'skii Institut Veterinarii Vostochnoi Sibiri, Novosibirsk, Russia,
Citation
Veterinarnye problemy zabaikal'ya., 1991, pp 35-38
Abstract

Seasonal fluctuation of the fly fauna in livestock and poultry farms was studied at 2 sites in Ibaraki Prefecture, Honshu, Japan, from March to December 1989. A total of 116 042 flies (ca. 15 spp.) were collected with bait-traps. Four species of Muscoidea accounted for 86.8% of the total flies...

Author(s)
Gotoh, T.; Motoyama, N.; Horiba, Y.
Citation
Japanese Journal of Sanitary Zoology, 1991, 42, 2, pp 85-92
Abstract

The occurrence of Trypanosoma evansi in domestic animals in China is reviewed with respect to species affected (horses, mules, deer, buffaloes, cattle, pigs, camels), the vectors (mainly Tabanus, but also Stomoxys, Atylotus and Lyperosia [Hydrotaea]), regional and seasonal fluctuations, and...

Author(s)
Lun, Z. R.; Fang, Y.; Wang, C. J.; Brun, R.
Citation
Parasitology Today, 1993, 9, 2, pp 41-45
Abstract

An outbreak of trypanosomiasis in its subacute form occurred in cattle from Nadia district, West Bengal, India, in September 1988. Animals were affected with recumbency, paresis and subnormal temperature, and blood smears revealed Trypanosoma evansi. Two of the 25 infected animals died but Berenil...

Author(s)
Bidyanta, J.; Manna, M. K.; Maulik, K. K.
Citation
Indian Journal of Animal Health, 1990, 29, 2, pp 185
Abstract

Fly samples collected and/or reared from cow-pats and horse, donkey and elephant dung in Hungary, Spain, Afghanistan, Mongolia, Kenya and Tanzania were studied for species composition and community structure. Shannon's diversity index (H′), evenness index (J′) and 2 similarity indices (those of...

Author(s)
Papp, L.
Citation
Acta Zoologica Hungarica, 1992, 38, 1-2, pp 75-88
Abstract

A survey of the parasitoids of dung-breeding flies was conducted in Pondicherry, India, by monthly dung sampling from a pig farm, a battery poultry farm and a dairy cattle farm. In all, 2661 fly puparia were obtained by flotation and skimming: 208 from pig faeces, 593 from poultry droppings and...

Author(s)
Srinivasan, R.; Balakrishnan, N.
Citation
Entomon, 1989, 14, 3 & 4, pp 349-352
Abstract

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

Pupal parasitoids of muscoid flies were collected monthly on 3 farms (cattle and poultry housing) in southern Israel in preparation for an integrated pest management (IPM) programme for the control of filth-breeding flies. 50% and 25.5% of viable puparia (principally Musca domestica and Stomoxys...

Author(s)
Havron, A.; Margalit, J.
Citation
Medical and Veterinary Entomology, 1991, 5, 3, pp 267-275
Abstract

Cyromazine (normally used as a feed additive in poultry production for fly control in poultry manure) was fed to cattle to determine whether it had an effect on flies in cattle manure. Eight cows were divided into 4 groups of 2 animals each and fed cyromazine at 15, 20 or 25 p.p.m., or left as...

Author(s)
Fadzil, M.; Ahmad Nazri, A. R.
Citation
Tropical Biomedicine, 1988, 5, 1, pp 95-96

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