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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...

Mangan, R. L.; Welch, J. B.
Journal of Medical Entomology, 1990, 27, 3, pp 295-301

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....

Thomas, D. B., Jr.
Journal of Medical Entomology, 1987, 24, 4, pp 498-502

The tick Amblyomma maculatum attacks livestock in the region bordering the Gulf of Mexico, The immatur e stages are found on birds and small mammals, whereas the adults attack cattle, horses, sheep, goats, dogs, deer and man. They attach themselves to the outer ear, base of the horn, eyelids, mane...

Rude, C. S.
Journal of Economic Entomology, 1947, 40, pp 301-303

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