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Two cases of cattle infestation by H. irritans are described from Chile, in Regions I and VII. In the Azapa Valley in the northern province of Arica, numerous small flies (1500-2500/animal) were observed on the backs of cattle and these were subsequently identified as H. irritans. Other similar...

Author(s)
Campano, S.; Avalos, P.
Citation
Parasitología al Día, 1994, 18, 1/2, pp 59-61
Abstract

Five species of Brontaea occur in the New World. B. humilis has been introduced from Europe and is known from a few localities in eastern and Pacific coast Canada and USA. B. normata is an endemic Neotropical species. The other species, B. debilis, B. quadristigma (= B. cilifera syn. nov.) and B....

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Carvalho, C. J. B. de; Pont, A. C.
Citation
Revista Brasileira de Zoologia, 1997, 14, 3, pp 723-749
Abstract

The 46 species of Simuliidae recorded from Chile are listed with bibliographic and geographic data and synonyms. Araucnephia montana, Simulium annulatum, S. llutense and S. escomeli are described as anthropophilic, and the latter also as very aggressive and known to attack cattle and horses in...

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Henry, A.
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Acta Entomologica Chilena, 1993, 18, pp 89-96
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The preimaginal stages of S. lato (from X region, Chile) are described and illustrated for the first time. This aggressive horsefly is common in southern Chile and southern Argentina, where it is a nuisance to man and to cattle, mostly during the summer month of January. The genus also occur in...

Author(s)
Coscarón, S.; González, C.
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Acta Entomologica Chilena, 1989, 15, pp 249-256
Abstract

A biological control programme of filth flies (Muscidae, Calliphoridae and Sarcophagidae) was initiated on Easter Island, commencing in 1982. Several natural enemies were introduced after rearing at La Cruz, Chile, most originating from the Insects Affecting Man and Animals Research Laboratory,...

Author(s)
Ripa S., R.
Publisher
Westview Press, Inc., Boulder, Colorado, USA
Citation
Biocontrol of arthropods affecting livestock and poultry., 1990, pp 111-119
Abstract

An account is given of the efforts made to control filth flies on Easter Island and in mainland Chile. Surveys have revealed the presence of 4 muscids, 3 calliphorids, 2 sarcophagids and 1 phorid on the island, breeding in dung, carrion and garbage dumps. The only predator observed was the gryllid ...

Author(s)
Ripa, R.
Citation
Miscellaneous Publications of the Entomological Society of America, 1986, No. 61, pp 39-44
Abstract

"Murrina" is a name used by the natives of Panama to describe any severe disease of the larger domestic animals, but has come to be applied specifically to equine trypanosomiasis due to T. hippicum infection. The first article gives a general description of this disease, which has extended from...

Author(s)
EAKINS, H. S.
Citation
Veterinary Bulletin. United States Army, 1935, 29, pp 295-309
Abstract

"Murrina" is a name used by the natives of Panama to describe any severe disease of the larger domestic animals, but has come to be applied specifically to equine trypanosomiasis due to T. hippicum infection. The first article gives a general description of this disease, which has extended from...

Author(s)
RANDALL, R.
Citation
Veterinary Bulletin. United States Army, 1935, 29, pp 321-331

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