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Abstract

In June, 1989, a flumethrin pour-on preparation was applied at about 0.5 or 1.0 mg/kg body weight to the backs of 63 tick-infested cattle (mainly infested with Hyalomma anatolicum excavatum, but also with Rhipicephalus bursa and R. sanguineus) and 70 goats (mainly infested with R. bursa, but also...

Author(s)
Dumanlı, N.
Citation
Doğa, Türk Veterinerlik ve Hayvancılık Dergisi, 1991, 15, 3, pp 279-283
Abstract

Twenty cattle naturally infected with 7-55 Rhipicephalus bursa, Hyalomma anatolicum anatolicum, Hyalomma anatolicum excavatum, Hyalomma detritum and Rhipicephalus turanicus were treated with a 1% flumethrin solution poured along the back at 1 mg/kg body weight; one week later 99.5% of the ticks had ...

Author(s)
Cantoray, R.; Dik, B.
Citation
Veteriner Fakültesi Dergisi, Selçuk Üniversitesi, 1988, 4, 1, pp 279-284
Abstract

During examination of cattle in Pasakoy village in the Kartal district of Istanbul, Turkey, in 1980, 717 ticks were found, of which 96.79% were Boophilus annulatus (Say), 1.95% were Haemaphysalis spp., 0.83% were Ixodes spp, 0.27 were Rhipicephalus bursa C. & F. and 0.13% were Dermacentor sp. In...

Author(s)
Goksu, K.; Tuzer, E.
Citation
Istanbul Universitesi Veteriner Fakultesi Dergisi, 1982, 8, 1, pp 1-7