Haematobia


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Related to Haematobia: Haematobia irritans, Haematobia exigua

Haematobia

a genus of small, gray, blood-sucking flies. Called also Lyperosia spp., Haematobosca spp.

Haematobia atripalpis
a vector for Parafilaria bovicola.
Haematobia exigua (syn. Siphona spp.)
a parasite of buffalo and cattle. Transmits Trypanosoma evansi, Habronema majus. Called also buffalo fly.
Haematobia irritans
found on cattle, occasionally other mammals. Creates skin lesions around horns, and along neck and back, often invaded by screw-worms. Transmits Stephanofilaria stilesi. Called also horn fly.
Haematobia minuta
as for H. exigua.
Haematobia stimulans
a pest of cattle.
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Similarly, have occurred with flies control, among these stands out the Musca domestica (often related to mastitis) and Haematobia irritans, a hematophagous insect that has caused serious damage to livestock (3,5).
Mitzmain (1912), for example, reported the capture of 620 nymphs of Haematopinus tuberculatus from 1,800 Haematobia irritans exigua in a collection made over a 5-day period in the Philippines.
Presencia de haematobia irritans (L) (Diptera: Miscidae) en ganado lechero estabulado de Aguascalientes, Mexico.
Productivity of the cow-calf unit in range cattle protected from horn flies, Haematobia irritans (L.
panamensis inhabit cattle dung and prey on horn flies maggots Haematobia irritans (L.
1995), and egg hatch and adult emergence in Bemisia tabaci (Ishaaya and Horowitz, 1992) and Haematobia irritans (L.
Mixture of cipermetrina and clorpirifos to control Haematobia irritans fly
The beetle was deliberately introduced into Brazil by the National Center for Beef Cattle Research of the EMBRAPA (Brazilian Enterprise for Research on Agriculture) in 1989, to increase soil productivity in open cattle pastures and as a biological control agent for the horn fly, Haematobia irritans (L.
Stomoxys calcitrans y Haematobia irritans [12], situacion que ha sido demostrada en paises africanos, donde la transmision de tipanosomas entre vacunos se mantiene en areas libres de la mosca tse-tse (Glossina spp.
Este articulo trata sobre la infestacion por Haematobia irritans en el toro de lidia, es una patologia muy frecuente hasta ahora subestimada, ya que el impacto economico debido a esta infestacion es considerable, tanto por sus danos directos como indirectos y por los costes de los programas de control.
Determination of larval instars of horn flies Haematobia irritans and H.