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The Diptera attacking domestic animals in Poland include Simuliidae, Culicidae, Tabanidae, Gasterophilidae, Hypodermatidae [Oestridae: Hypodermatinae] and Muscidae. Particular reference is given in this short account to Hypoderma bovis on cattle and Gasterophilus intestinalis on horses.

Romaniuk, K.
Wiadomości Parazytologiczne, 1999, 45, 3, pp 323-326

Moxidectin injected s.c. at 0.2 mg/kg was 94.1% effective against gastrointestinal nematodes and 100% against Haematopinus eurysternus when applied in 85 cattle. The same dose was sufficient to stop development of Hypoderma bovis in 30 artificially infected cattle. In 147 sheep from 2 flocks the...

Grzywiński, L.; Ramisz, A.; Romaniuk, K.; Balicka-Laurans, A.
Medycyna Weterynaryjna, 1993, 49, 11, pp 520-522

The authors quote sections from the original Latin text and from a Polish translation of L.J. Columella's De re rustica, books VI and VII, dealing with scabies [caused by Sarcoptes scabiei] in cattle, horses, sheep and dogs. A commentary in Polish is included from a veterinary viewpoint. (Parts I...

Kreyser, K.; Żarnowski, E.
Wiadomości Parazytologiczne, 1989, 35, 1, pp 3-10

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