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The aims of the control programme against Boophilus microplus (Can.) in New South Wales are the prevention of introduction of ticks into New South Wales from Queensland, the prevention of the escape of ticks from the tick quarantine area (TQA) to tick-free areas of the state, the control of ticks...

Author(s)
Dickinson, D. A.
Publisher
Australian Veterinary Association., Artarmon, Australia
Citation
Ticks and tick-borne diseases. Proceedings of a symposium held at the 56th annual conference of the Australian Veterinary Association, Townsville, 14-18 May 1979., 1980, pp 43-46
Abstract

Raillietia, confined to the auditory meatus of mammals, is represented in Australia by 3 species. Supplementary descriptive notes are given on R. australis Domrow from a wombat and R. auris (Leidy) from cattle. R. manfredi sp.n. is described from the goat. A key to the females of the 5 known...

Author(s)
Domrow, R.
Citation
Proceedings of the Linnean Society of New South Wales, 1981, 104, 3, pp 183-193
Abstract

Studies in Australia showed that mange in cattle caused by Demodex bovis Stiles is common in five breeds of cattle and in most districts of New South Wales and southern coastal Queensland, with incidences of between 9 and 94%. Animals with numerous large nodules are uncommon, and infestation is...

Author(s)
Murray, M. D.; Nutting, W. B.; Hewetson, R. W.
Citation
Australian Veterinary Journal, 1976, 52, 1, pp 49
Abstract

Some 20 speakers at a one-day workshop on Ixodes holocyclus Neum. in Indooroopilly, Queensland, covered a range of current research on the tick. The size of the tick population in Queensland is probably related to the rainfall in spring and the abundance of bandicoots. The ticks live in gullies...

Author(s)
Bagnall, B. G.; Doube, B. M.
Citation
Australian Veterinary Journal, 1975, 51, 3, pp 159-160
Abstract

In further investigations on the numbers of engorged females of Ixodes holocyclus Neum. needed to induce paralysis in calves in Australia [see RAE/B 64, 2121, etc.], adult female ticks were collected from the field near Brisbane and at Tamborine Mountain, Queensland, and at Lismore, New South...

Author(s)
Doube, B. M.; Kemp, D. H.; Bird, P. E.
Citation
Australian Veterinary Journal, 1977, 53, 1, pp 39-43
Abstract

This publication presents a summary of the results of soil and pasture research up to 1964 and presents and summarizes research programmes and results of soil, pasture and animal research during 1964-77 which have practical application, in 16 chapters. Of these, the following 8 chapters are noted....

Publisher
Department of Agriculture., New South Wales, Australia
Citation
Pastoral research on the northern tablelands, New South Wales., 1979, pp 99pp.
Abstract

Four projects on worms in beef cattle in Australia are in progress. Studies in Victoria, south Queensland and New South Wales have reached the stage of field testing of minimum-cost control systems that have been developed. In a further project in the wet tropics of north Queensland on...

Publisher
Australian Meat Board., Sydney, N.S.W.,
Citation
Ninth annual report, year ended June 30, 1975., 1975, pp 151 pp.
Abstract

A list is provided of over 40 species of Diptera (including 19 culicids, 17 ceratopogonids and 3 tabanids) that attack sheep in Australia; and the results are presented of surveys in New South Wales and Queensland in 1972-74, with the aid of several trapping methods (which are described) and...

Author(s)
Muller, M. J.; Murray, M. D.
Citation
Australian Journal of Zoology, 1977, 25, 1, pp 75-85
Abstract

McCarthy discusses the infestation by leeches of beef and dairy cattle around the Gulf of Carpentaria and in coastal Queensland and New South Wales. Haemopis spp. are recorded as parasites of cattle in southern and northern Queensland.-A. CULEY.

Author(s)
Mccarthy, P. H.
Citation
Australian Veterinary Journal, 1962, 38, pp 355-356
Abstract

Livestock research and extension is dealt with on pages 9-14. Of more than 2, 000 batches of ticks examined, 1037 were not resistant to acaricides, 626 had the Biarra type of resistance and 581 had the Ridgelands type. The possibility of the ingress of tick infestation to the adjoining areas of New ...

Author(s)
Harvey, J. M.
Citation
Australia. Queensland Department of Primary Industries annual report 1969-70., 1970, pp 47 pp.

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