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2 edition of monograph of the Melophaginae, or ked-flies, of sheep, goats, deer and antelopes (Diptera, Hippoboscidae). found in the catalog.

monograph of the Melophaginae, or ked-flies, of sheep, goats, deer and antelopes (Diptera, Hippoboscidae).

Joseph C. Bequaert

monograph of the Melophaginae, or ked-flies, of sheep, goats, deer and antelopes (Diptera, Hippoboscidae).

by Joseph C. Bequaert

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Published in [N.p.] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Hippoboscidae

  • Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQL537 P8 B45
    The Physical Object
    Pagination220p.
    Number of Pages220
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16814051M

      INTRODUCTION. The deer ked (Lipoptena cervi) is a blood-sucking ectoparasitic fly prevalent in Europe and Asia which has been introduced to North America ().In the Nordic countries, it was until recently restricted to Denmark and the southernmost part of Sweden, but during the last few decades L. cervi has shown a remarkable increase in abundance and is currently rapidly expanding . harvested deer are likely to encounter these flies and possibly may be bitten. Selected References Bequaert, J. A monograph of the Melophaginae, or ked-flies, of sheep, goats, deer and antelopes (Diptera, Hippoboscidae). Entomologica Americana 22(2): Davidson, W. R. and V. F. Nettles. Field.

      BEQUAERT, J. C. A monograph for the Melophaginae, or ked flies, of sheep, goats, deer and antelopes (Diptera, Hippoboscidae). Entomologist Americana The hippoboscidae or louse flies (Diptera) of mammals and birds. II. Taxonomy, evolution and revision of American genera and species. Entomologist Americana Bequaert J. A monograph of the Melophaginae, or ked-flies, of sheep, goats, deer and antelopes (Diptera, Hippoboscidae). Entomol Americana. ;– Google Scholar. 7. Soulsby EJL. Helminths, arthropods and protozoa of domesticated animals (sixth edition of MSnnig’s Veterinary helminthology and entomology). Can Vet J. ;10(8)

      J. BequaertA Monograph of the Melophaginae, or Ked-flies, of Sheep, Goats, Deer and Antelopes (Diptera, Hippoboscidae) Brooklyn Entomogical Soviety, Brooklyn, New . louse flies: pupiparous, dorsoventrally flattened dipterous ectoparasites of the family Hippoboscidae. See also: Hippobosca.


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Monograph of the Melophaginae, or ked-flies, of sheep, goats, deer and antelopes (Diptera, Hippoboscidae) by Joseph C. Bequaert Download PDF EPUB FB2

Monograph of the Melophaginae or ked-flies of sheep, goats, deer, and antelopes (Diptera, Hippoboscidae). [Brooklyn, N.Y.] Brooklyn Entomological Society [] (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Joseph C Bequaert.

Mysterud A, Madslien K, Herland A, et al. Phenology of deer ked (Lipoptena cervi) host-seeking flight activity and its relationship with prevailing autumn weather. Parasit Vectors. ; Bequaert JC.

A Monograph of the Melophaginae or Ked-flies of Sheep, Deer and antelopes book, Deer, and Antelopes (Diptera, Hippoboscidae). Brooklyn, NY: Brooklyn. Gilbert L, Maffey GL, Ramsay SL, Hester AJ. Monograph of the Melophaginae effect of deer management on the abundance of Ixodes ricinus in Scotland.

Ecol Appl. ; – doi: / Bequaert J. A monograph of the Melophaginae or ked flies of sheep, goats, deer and antelopes (Diptera, Hippoboscidae) Entomol Am.

; –Cited by:   J. BequaertA monograph of the Melophaginae, or ked flies, of sheep, goats, deer and antelopes (Diptera, Hippoboscidae) Entomologica am., 22 (), pp. Google ScholarCited by: A monograph for the.

Melophaginae, or ked flies, of sheep, goats, deer and antelopes (Diptera, or ked-flies, of sheep, goats, deer and antelopes (Diptera, Hippoboscidae). They are not known to transmit any disease to deer or humans. Hunters dressing harvested deer are likely to encounter these flies and possibly may be bitten.

Bequaert, J. A monograph of the Melophaginae, or ked-flies, of sheep, goats, deer and antelopes (Diptera, Hippoboscidae).

Entomologica Americana 22(2):   J. BequaertA Monograph of the Melophaginae, or Ked-Flies, of Sheep, Goats, Deer and Antelopes (Diptera, Hippoboscidae) Brooklyn Entomological Society, Brooklyn, NY.

Lipoptena cervi (deer ked) in two naturally infested dogs C. Hermosilla, N. Pantchev, R. Bachmann, C. Bauer Lipoptena cervi (Hippoboscidae, Diptera) is a haemato-phagous louse fly of deer found in Europe, North Asia and North America (MaaKock ).

Adults are either permanent ectoparasites or remain with the host for most. Deer ked often encounter humans and will temporarily parasitize them due to the presence of hair on the human body (Paakkonen et al.

Hunters may be exposed to ectoparasites while harvesting white-tailed deer, increasing the risk of exposure to both. scpaularis. and. cervi. In our study, deer keds were examined for the presence of.

A monograph of the Melophaginae or ked flies of sheep, goats, deer and antelopes (Diptera, Hippoboscidae). Entomol. A monograph of the Melophaginae, or ked-flies, of. sheep, goats, deer and antelopes (Diptera, Hippoboscidae).

A monograph of the Melophaginae, or ked-flies, of sheep, goats, deer and. Deer keds typically parasitize deer, antelope, goat, and sheep [2]. Novel Detection of Coxiella spp., Theileria luwenshuni, and T. ovis Endosymbionts in Deer Keds (Lipoptena fortisetosa) Article. The Book of the Honey Bee.

HARRISON, Charles. Contributions Toward a Monograph of the Sucking Lice - Parts V, VI and VII. FERRIS, Gordon Floyd. A Monograph of the Melophaginae, or Ked-Flies, of Sheep, Goats, Deer and Antelopes (Diptera, Hopp BEQUAERT, J. The Handy Book of Bees Being a Practical Treatise on Their.

A monograph of Melophaginae or ked flies of. sheep, goat, deer and antelopes (Diptera: Hippoboscidae). A monograph of the Melophaginae, or ked-flies, of sheep, goats, deer and antelopes.

Deer, antelope, goats, and sheep are the main hosts of deer keds [2]. However, incidental infestation of deer keds in other animals, including dogs, horses, and other ruminants, has also been.

Bequaert J. A monograph of the Melophaginae, or ked-flies, of sheep, goats, deer and antelopes (Diptera, Hippoboscidae) Entomol Americana. ; – 7.

Soulsby EJL. Helminths, arthropods and protozoa of domesticated animals (sixth edition of MSnnig’s Veterinary helminthology and entomology) Can Vet J. ; 10 (8) 8. J. BequaertA monograph of the Melophaginae, or ked-flies, of sheep, goats, deer and antelopes (Diptera, Hippoboscidae) Entomologica Am., 22 (), pp.

new series. There were 19 (%) deer keds positive for Borrelia burgdorferi and 14 (%) deer keds positive for Anaplasma phagocytophlyum. Out of the 48 deer ked, three (%) were co‐infected with the etiologic agents of Lyme disease and anaplasmosis (Table 1). BEQUAERT, J. A monograph of the Melophaginae, or ked-flies, of sheep, goats, deer, and antelopes (Diptera, Hippoboscidae).

Entomologica Americana 22 (N.S.): The Hippoboscidae or louse flies (Diptera) of mammals and birds. Part II. Taxonomy, evolution, and revision of American genera and species. Entomologica. A Monograph of the Melophaginae, or Ked-Flies, of Sheep, Goats, Deer and Antelopes (Diptera, Hippoboscidae) Brooklyn, NY: Brooklyn Entomological Society; Chang CC.

Chomel BB. Kasten RW. Romano V, et al. Molecular evidence of Bartonella spp. in questing adult Ixodes pacificus ticks in California. J Clin Microbiol. ; –. To feed, sheep keds pierce the skin with their mouthparts and suck blood. They usually feed on the neck, breast, shoulder, flanks, and rump but not on the back where dust and other debris collect in the wool.

Ked bites cause pruritus over much of the host’s body; sheep often bite, scratch, and rub themselves, thus damaging the wool.Theileria ovis primarily infects sheep and goats but has also been detected in water deer (Han et al. ), A monograph of the Melophaginae, or ked-flies, of sheep, goats, deer and antelopes (Diptera, Hippoboscidae).deer ked bites.

Acta Derm Venereol. ; Dehio C, Sauder U, Hiestand R. Isolation of Bartonella schoenbuchensis from Lipoptena cervi, a blood-sucking arthropod causing deer ked dermatitis. J Clin Microbiol ; Laukkanen A, Ruoppi P, Mäkinen-Kiljunen S. Deer ked-induced occupational allergic rhinoconjunctivitis.