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Tabanus

 [tah-ba´nus]
a genus of biting, bloodsucking horseflies that transmit trypanosomes and anthrax to various animals.

Tabanus

(tă-bā'nŭs),
The gadflies and horseflies; a genus of biting flies, some species of which transmit surra, infectious equine anemia, anthrax, and other diseases.
[L. a gadfly]
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scitus), FSCA Synonymy: Hamatabanus scitus (Walker), 1848; Tabanus hirtioculatus Macquart, 1855; Tabanus cerastes Osten Sacken, 1876; Tabanus fraterna Krober, 1931; Tabanus frater Krober, 1934
27.70%, Housefly larvae (Tabanus sp.) 29.46%, Water Scavenger Beetle (Hydrophilus sp.) 36.47%, and Solitary Midges (Thaumalea sp.) i.e.
Subfamilia Tribu Especie y Autor Numero de individuos CHRYSOPSINAE Chrysopsini Chrysops variegatus (DeGeer) 1 TABANIDAE Diachlorini Diachlorus ferrugatus (Fabricius) 6 Leucotabanus canithorax Fairchild 10 Leucotabanis itzarum (Bequaert) 41 Tabanini Tabanus colombensis Macquart 4 Tabanus commixtus Walker 679 Tabanus haemagogus Williston 15 Tabanus oculus Walker 3 Total de individuos 759
Inhibitory effects of Cnidium officinale Makino and Tabanus fulvus Meigan on the high glucose-induced proliferation of glomerular mesangial cells.
Tabanus, the last informant in this trio of texts, had no such compunctions.
Of the 370 biting flies collected, 104 (62%) of the horn flies (Haematobia spp.), 60 (33%) of the stable flies (Stomoxys spp.), 11 (92%) of the deer flies (Chrysops spp.), and 10 (91%) of the horse flies (Tabanus spp.) were tested for Bartonella DNA.
Tabanus bromius is one of the most common and variable species of dipterous family Tabanidae with a wide distribution.
Lee et al., "Inhibitory effects of Cnidium officinale Makino and Tabanus fulvus Meigan on the high glucose-induced proliferation of glomerular mesangial cells," Phytomedicine, vol.
The most-collected predators were the deer fly Tabanus subsimilis Bellardi, caught in the Malaise trap, and the tiphiid wasp Myzinum frontalis (Cresson), presumed parasites of scarab larvae (Kimsey 2009) that occurred in large swarms of males around P.
Trypanosomosis is transmitted mechanically by interrupted biting of Tabanus fly.
A total of 140 tabanids were found, belonging to two subfamilies, Tabaninae and Chrysopsinae, and distributed in four genera: Tabanus, Lepiselaga, Chrysops and Cryptotylus, and nine species.