Haematopinus


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Haematopinus

(hē'mă-tō-pī'nŭs),
An important genus of sucking lice (family Haematopinidae) affecting swine and other domestic and wild animals; it is normally nonpathogenic. Haematopinus asini affects horses, mules, and asses; Haematopinus eurysternus and Haematopinus quadripertusus, cattle; and Haematopinus suis, swine.
[G. haima, blood, + L. pinus, pine tree]

Haematopinus

a genus of sucking lice in the order Phthiraptera.

Haematopinus asini
found on horses.
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Haematopinus asini. By permission from Pascoe R, Knottenbelt DC, Manual of Equine Dermatology, Saunders, 1999
Haematopinus bufali
found on buffalo.
Haematopinus eurysternus
found on cattle. Called also shortnosed cattle lice.
Haematopinus quadripertusus
found on cattle.
Haematopinus suis
the large pig louse.
Haematopinus trichechi
found on walrus.
Haematopinus tuberculatus
found on cattle, camel, yak and buffalo.
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Four records from Durden (1990) are of Muscidae, namely: Mitzmain (1912): Haematopinus tuberculatus (Burmeister) (as H.
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.
That no adult lice were recorded in Mitzmain's case is understandable, given that the adult body length of Haematopinus tuberculatus is recorded as 3.
Phoresy involving a nymph of Haematopinus eurysternus (Nitzsch) and Haematobia irritans exigua De Meijere.
Hall (1993) reported that the major external parasite attacking hogs in Missouri was the hog louse; Haematopinus suis (L.
Lice of domestic animals are largely host specific, hence, Haematopinus suis is specially recognized as a hog louse.
Incidence of Sarcoptis scabiei (Acari: Sarcoptidae) and Haematopinus suis (Anoplura: Haematopinidae) on Swine in Indiana.