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White-tailed deer (Odocoileus virginianus) are a host for cattle fever ticks (Rhipicephalus (Boophilus) sp.), which are vectors of the pathogens causing bovine babesiosis and anaplasmosis in cattle. Tick eradication efforts focused on cattle along the U.S.-Mexico border are high priority and the...

Author(s)
Wang HsiaoHsuan; Teel, P. D.; Grant, W. E.; Schuster, G.; León, A. A. P. de
Publisher
Elsevier Ltd, Oxford, UK
Citation
Ecological Modelling, 2016, 342, pp 82-96
Abstract

Gulf Coast tick nymphs successfully attached and fed on cattle after being freely released. Six Hereford heifers were each infested with approximately 2000 Gulf Coast tick nymphs, three with a strain originating from Refugio Co., TX, and three with ticks from Osage Co., KS by free release on the...

Author(s)
Ketchum, H. R.; Teel, P. D.; Strey, O. F.; Longnecker, M. T.
Publisher
Elsevier, Amsterdam, Netherlands
Citation
Veterinary Parasitology, 2005, 133, 4, pp 349-356
Abstract

We modified an existing simulation model to evaluate detection of cattle-fever ticks (Boophilus annulatus and Boophilus microplus) infesting rangeland in the semi-arid thornshrublands of south Texas. This model contained submodels representing (1) tick development in a pasture and (2) tick...

Author(s)
Teel, P. D.; Corson, M. S.; Grant, W. E.; Longnecker, M. T.
Publisher
Elsevier Science B.V., Amsterdam, Netherlands
Citation
Ecological Modelling, 2003, 170, 1, pp 29-43
Abstract

To evaluate the relative influence of ecological and management factors on the probability of detecting cattle-fever tick (Boophilus microplus and Boophilus annulatus) infestations in rotational grazing systems, we adapted a simulation model of Teel et al. [J. Range Manage. 51 (1998) 501] that...

Author(s)
Corson, M. S.; Teel, P. D.; Grant, W. E.
Publisher
Elsevier Science B.V., Amsterdam, Netherlands
Citation
Ecological Modelling, 2003, 167, 3, pp 277-286
Abstract

During trials carried out in Oklahoma, sustained-release boluses containing 50% famphur and an inert matrix were administered orally to cattle at a rate of 7 mg famphur/kg body weight/day. This treatment gave good control of the 3-host ticks Amblyomma americanum (L.) and A. maculatum Koch, and...

Author(s)
Teel, P. D.; Hair, J. A.
Publisher
Academic Press., New York, USA
Citation
Recent Advances in Acarology. Volume II., 1979, pp 79-83
Abstract

Integration of temporal and spatial factors controlling host-landscape interactions is essential to development of systems perspectives important to the management of animal parasites. A simulation model based upon factors regulating distribution and population dynamics of B. annulatus and B....

Author(s)
Teel, P. D.; Marin, S. L.; Grant, W. E.
Citation
Ecological Modelling, 1996, 84, 1/3, pp 19-30
Abstract

In field studies in east-central Texas in 1979 and 1980-81, the spatial distribution of Amblyomma americanum (L.), an important pest of cattle and wildlife, was closely associated with microhabitat vapour pressure deficits. Open pasture areas consistently produced significantly higher vapour...

Author(s)
Fleetwood, S. C.; Teel, P. D.; Thompson, G.
Citation
Southwestern Entomologist, 1984, 9, 1, pp 109-116
Abstract

Infestations of D. albipictus, observed on mature black Angus cows, reached peak levels in January and diminished through March. Infestations of adults of A. americanum began in mid-January and increased through May. Cows receiving Ectrin (fenvalerate), Taktic (amitraz) or Deltox (dioxathion)...

Author(s)
Teel, P. D.; Fuchs, T. W.; Huston, J. E.; Longnecker, M. T.; Pickel, S. L.
Citation
Journal of Medical Entomology, 1990, 27, 4, pp 632-641
Abstract

In laboratory studies in the USA on the effectiveness of ear tags containing 15% tetrachlorvinphos (Rabon) dust or 10% chlorpyrifos (Dursban) dust for the control of horn fly [Haematobia irritans (L.)], spinose ear ticks [Otobius megnini (Duges)] and Gulf Coast ticks [Amblyomma maculatum Koch] on ...

Author(s)
Hair, J. A.; Stacey, B. R.; Teel, P. D.
Citation
Folia Entomologica Mexicana, 1978, pp 198
Abstract

Famphur dissolved in ethanol was administered in studies in the USA to sheep via a rumenal cannula at rates of 1 ml/h. At 5 mg/kg/day, there was a significant increase in adult female mortality and a decrease in percentage egg hatch of Amblyomma maculatum Koch; treatment at 7 mg/kg/day provided...

Author(s)
Teel, P. D.; Hair, J. A.; Randolph, T. C., Jr.
Citation
Journal of Economic Entomology, 1977, 70, 5, pp 664-666

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