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The author records a destructive infestation of Georgia, Florida, South Carolina, Alabama, Mississippi and Louisiana with species of flies of the genus Chrysomyia [Cochliomyia]. Many individual cases of attack were induced in sheep by the primary attacks of the Gulf Coast tick. The situation was...

Author(s)
Bishopp, F. C.
Citation
Journal of Parasitology, 1934, 20, pp 337
Abstract

A very comprehensive account of the geographical and seasonal distribution and of the host relationships of ticks found in North America. Very useful host lists and maps showing distribution in the U.S.A. are given for each of the most important species from information based on the records and...

Author(s)
Bishopp, F. C.; Trembley, H. L.
Citation
Journal of Parasitology, 1945, 81, pp 1-54
Abstract

In this paper the author establishes the observation made by ENDERLEIN in 1904 of the new genus and species of sucking louse named in the title of the paper. The validity of the nomenclature was questioned by FERRIS in 1916.
ENDERLEIN'S original description was based upon the examination of a...

Author(s)
Bishopp, F. C.
Citation
Journal of Agricultural Research, 1921, 21, 11, pp 797-801 pp.
Abstract

This is an interesting general article, dealing mainly with the bionomics of those ticks which are the carriers of diseases of man and animals in the United States of America. The species dealt with are Argas miniatus of the fowl, Ornìtho-dorus megnini (the spinose ear tick), O. turicata (the...

Author(s)
Bishopp, F. C.
Citation
Report of the Board of Regents of the Smithsonian Institution, 1935, pp 389-406 pp.
Abstract

The author first discusses the ways in which insects cause loss to the above industries. A survey of the literature indicates that there are about 150 different disease-producing organisms which invade the warm-blooded animals including man, in the transmission of which insects are more or less...

Author(s)
Bishopp, F. C.
Citation
Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association, 1920, 57, 4, pp 414-422
Abstract

This paper contains a summary of the work done during the summers 1924 and 1925 in Texas. 332 goats, 78 sheep, 115 cattle, 28 horses, 5 hogs, and 6 dogs were used in the tests.
The method of treatment was as follows: Benzol was poured over the eggs and larvae and in the wounds of infested animals....

Author(s)
Laake, E. W. ; Parman, D. C. ; Bishopp, F. C. ; Roark, R. C.
Citation
Journal of Economic Entomology, 1926, 19, 3, pp 536-539 pp.
Abstract

Of the two species H. bovis appears to occur further north than H. lineatum.
The larvae penetrate the skin at or near the place where the eggs are laid.
H. lineatum prefers the heels as points of attachment for the eggs and it attaches them to the hairs in rows. H. bovis deposits its eggs singly on ...

Author(s)
Bishopp, F. C. ; Laake, E. W. ; Brundrett, H. Ml; Wells, R. W.
Publisher
USDA, Washington DC, USA
Citation
Bulletin. U.S. Dept. Agric., 1926, No. 1369,

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