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The eradication of Cochliomyia hominivorax from Libya during December 1990-October 1992 is described. C. hominivorax was eradicated using the sterile insect technique (sterilized pupae were transported from the Mexican-US screwworm breeding plant in Mexico) in a campaign co-ordinated by the Animal...

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Vargas-Terán, M.; Hursey, B. S.; Cunningham, E. P.
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Parasitology Today, 1994, 10, 3, pp 119-122
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Carriere, B.
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Agricultural Research, USA, 1985, 33, 8, pp 12-13
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Between June and August 1985, 139 cases of screwworm [Cochliomyia] infestation were reported in Mexico in the states of Tamaulipas and San Luis Potosi. From October 1985 to September 1986, 326 514 animals were inspected and 163 animals were quarantined due to screwworm infestation. An eradication...

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Novy, J. E.
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Foreign Animal Disease Report, 1986, 14, 4, pp 10-11
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The authors review briefly the natural distribution of Cochliomyia hominivorax in the New World; its economic importance; its control, including chemical control and sterile male release; host control of minor larval infestations; adult monitoring; and its recent accidental introduction into Libya. ...

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Hall, M. J. R.; Beesley, W. N.
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Pesticide Outlook, 1990, 1, 2, pp 34-37
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The morphology of larval spines of Cochliomyia hominivorax was affected by larval substrate and geographic effects on variation. Spine morphology of individual larvae was used to determine criteria for discrimination analysis classification. Classification criteria for types of wounds and host...

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Mangan, R. L.; Welch, J. B.
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Journal of Medical Entomology, 1990, 27, 3, pp 295-301
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Domestic and native animals were surveyed for myiasis caused by Cochliomyia hominivorax and Dermatobia hominis during the 1985 rainy season on the Yucatan Peninsula, Mexico. Three types of situations were surveyed as follows: family-unit ranches; feedlots; and captive, indigenous animals (i.e....

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Thomas, D. B., Jr.
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Journal of Medical Entomology, 1987, 24, 4, pp 498-502
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Flies, rats, beef and pork were examined. The blowflies Lucilia sericaia, Phormia retina and Callìtroga macellaria were found exclusively on carrion, whereas Musca domestica, Ophyra anescens, Sepsidae and Sphaeroceridae were attracted to both offal and dung. The percentage of pooled fly samples...

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Greenberg, B.; Varela, G.; Bornstein, A.; Hernanckz, H.
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American Journal of Hygiene, 1963, 77, pp 177-183
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ARIZONA, 1939-4.-Short notes are given on (1) negative bacteriological research into INFECTUOUS-KERATITIS in range cattle, (2) calf losses and their prevention by more skilful management, (3) control of ox-warble flies by derris, and (4) the breeding of strains of fowls resistant to FOWL PARALYSIS. ...

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

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