Damalinia

Damalinia

(dam'ă-lin'ē-ă),
A genus of biting lice comprising several species found on domestic and wild animals; they are all highly host-specific, with one species of louse for each species of mammal.
See also: Bovicola, Trichodectes.
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De igual manera lo confirma [26], en un estudio realizado en Nicaragua, cuando utilizo con exito extractos acuosos de hoja y semilla de neem para controlar garrapata (Damalinia ovis y Linognathus pedalis) y sarna (Sarcoptes scabie var.
All the parasites had the same morphology and were diagnosed as goat biting lice (Bovicola (Damalinia) caprae) by microscopic identification [26, 27].
2012: Co-phylogeography and morphological evolution of sika deer lice (Damalinia sika) with their hosts (Cervus nippon).
The lice species identified were the goat blood sucking lice, Linognathus stenopsis (Burmeister) (Anoplura: Linognathidae) and the chewing or biting lice, Damalinia (Holokartikos) crassipes (Mallophaga: Ischnocera), with chewing mouthparts (they do not actually bite) (See Figs.
canis of fleas; Haematopinus eurysternus, Damalinia bovis and Linognathus vituli of lice; Psoroptes bovis and Sarcoptes scabei of mites; and Stomoxys calcitrans of flies.
(44.14 Percent) was predominant followed in order by Damalinia ovis (26.42 Percent) and Linognathus spp.
Impact of the botanical insecticide Neem Azal(r) on survival and reproduction of the biting louse Damalinia limbata on angora goats.
There are two kinds of lice: biting lice (Damalinia), which feed on skin and hair, and sucking lice (Haematopinus), which pierce the skin and suck blood and tissue fluids (Figure 15-7).
Impact of the botanical insecticide Neem Azal[R] on survival and reproduction of the biting louse Damalinia limbata on angora goats.