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This paper highlights the immense progress that has been made in veterinary entomology, demonstrates that highly significant pest issues persist in animal agriculture, and points out that academic programmes in veterinary entomology are in serious trouble in the USA and Canada. As examples, the...

Author(s)
Mullens, B. A.; Hinkle, N. C.; Fryxell, R. T.; Rochon, K.
Publisher
Oxford University Press, Cary, USA
Citation
American Entomologist, 2018, 64, 1, pp 20-31
CABI Book Chapter Info
Cover for Use of macrocyclic lactones to control cattle parasites in the USA and Canada.

Author(s)
Rew, R.; Vercruysse, J.
ISBN
2002 CAB International (H ISBN 0851996175)
Type
Book chapter
Abstract

The author reviews arthropod-induced stress in cattle, particularly by flies and lice in North America. He discusses possible direct economic losses due to the arthropods, as well as indirect losses due to the stress of treatment and the synergistic effects of severe weather and infestations. An...

Author(s)
Campbell, J. B.
Citation
Veterinary Clinics of North America, Food Animal Practice, 1988, 4, 3, pp 551-555
Abstract

Ixodes scapularis is redescribed, based on laboratory reared specimens originating from Bulloch County, Georgia, USA. Information on distribution, host associations, morphological variation, and medical/veterinary importance is also presented. A great deal of recent work has focused on this species ...

Author(s)
Keirans, J. E.; Hutcheson, H. J.; Durden, L. A.; Klompen, J. S. H.
Citation
Journal of Medical Entomology, 1996, 33, 3, pp 297-318
Abstract

A joint Canadian-US pilot test study was conducted for 4 years (1983-86) on about 3800 km2 of the Montana-Alberta border to determine the effect of sterile male releases on H. lineatum and H. bovis populations remaining after initial chemical treatments. Chemical treatments initially reduced...

Author(s)
Kunz, S. E.; Scholl, P. J.; Colwell, D. D.; Weintraub, J.
Citation
Journal of Medical Entomology, 1990, 27, 4, pp 523-529
Abstract

Hypoderma bovis larvae were identified in 14 (9.7%) of 145 cattle imported from the USA and in 10 (3.2%) of 315 imported from Canada. Electron photomicrographs of the posterior spiracular plates of the larvae are reproduced.

Author(s)
Kang, Y. B.; Kim, S. H.; Jang, H.; Kim, D. S.
Citation
Research Reports of the Rural Development Administration (Livestock & Veterinary), 1985, 27, 2, pp 64-70
Abstract

Although larvae of Hypoderma bovis (L.) and H. lineatum (Vill.) can be controlled with systemic insecticides applied to infested cattle, such treatments have generally failed to eradicate the pest because small numbers of adults survive. Hypoderma was eradicated from a small area (87 mile2) in...

Author(s)
Kunz, S. E.; Drummond, R. O.; Weintraub, J.
Citation
Preventive Veterinary Medicine, 1984, 2, pp 523-527
Abstract

A total of 115 outbreaks of psoroptic cattle scabies were reported in 11 states in fiscal year 1982.

Author(s)
Pyles, R. L. (Chairman)
Citation
Proceedings of the United States Animal Health Association, 1982, 86, pp 32-33
Abstract

As part of the Joint United States-Canada Cattle Grub Project, progress of 2 different governmental approaches toward eradication of Hypoderma lineatum and H. bovis was evaluated. In the USA, governmental assistance was given to purchase insecticides and provide labour to apply the chemicals as an...

Author(s)
Scholl, P. J.; Colwell, D. D.; Weintraub, J.; Kunz, S. E.
Citation
Journal of Economic Entomology, 1986, 79, 6, pp 1558-1563
Abstract

Diseases reported in both captive and free-ranging wapiti (Cervus elaphus canadensis) in western North America are reviewed with some reference to diseases in captive red deer in Great Britain, Europe, New Zealand and eastern North America. With the exception of coronavirus in neonates, few viral...

Author(s)
Smits, J. E. G.
Citation
Canadian Veterinary Journal, 1991, 32, 8, pp 471-479

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