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Throughout the winter and early spring months, stable fly (Stomoxys calcitrans) and house fly (Musca domestica) puparia were collected from silage, hay and manure from 6 dairies in north-western Florida and evaluated for parasitism. Of the puparia producing flies or parasites, 23% of the stable...

Author(s)
Greene, G. L.; Hogsette, J. A.; Patterson, R. S.
Citation
Journal of Economic Entomology, 1989, 82, 2, pp 412-415
Abstract

Questions are addressed as to the species of pteromalid wasps appropriate for economical control of Musca domestica and Stomoxys calcitrans in feedlots in the high plains of western Kansas and Nebraska where the majority of US beef cattle are fattened. Populations of these flies had been controlled ...

Author(s)
Greene, G. L.
Publisher
Westview Press, Inc., Boulder, Colorado, USA
Citation
Biocontrol of arthropods affecting livestock and poultry., 1990, pp 29-42
Abstract

Weekly releases of 240 000 fly pupae parasitised by the pteromalid Spalangia endius Wlk. at an isolated beef-cattle farm in Florida over a period of 2.5 months reduced the populations of Musca domestica L. and Stomoxys calcitrans (L.) by 84.3%. Although 100% parasitism was obtained from similar...

Author(s)
Morgan, P. B.
Citation
Journal of the Kansas Entomological Society, 1980, 53, 2, pp 367-372
Abstract

Weekly releases of Spalangia endius Wlk. were made for 13 weeks at a dairy farm in Florida in 1975 in order to control a mixed population of filth breeding flies. Collections of pupae showed that 100% parasitism of Musca domestica L., Stomoxys calcitrans (L.) and Physiphora aenea (F.) occurred...

Author(s)
Morgan, P. B.; Patterson, R. S.
Citation
Journal of Economic Entomology, 1977, 70, 4, pp 450-452
Abstract

In order to evaluate the potential of Spalangia endius Wlk. for the control of Musca domestica L., 6000 parasitised pupae of M. domestica L. were placed 3 times a week for 5 weeks from early September to October 1974 in calf pens on a dairy farm in Florida. A 93% reduction in the population of M....

Author(s)
Morgan, P. B.; Patterson, R. S.; LaBrecque, G. C.
Citation
Journal of the Georgia Entomological Society, 1976, 11, 1, pp 39-43
Abstract

FLORIDA, 1938-39.-The diseases diagnosed in the Veterinary Laboratory are listed, ICTEROHAEMOGLO-BINURIA (RED WATER DISEASE) being observed in Florida for the first time. The calcium requirements of cattle and the effects of cobalt- and copper-deficient diets, as well as the effects of an excess of ...

Citation
Extracts from Annual Reports of Agricultural Experiment Stations, U.S.A.,

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