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THE RECOGNITION OF NULLIPAROUS AND PAROUS CULICOIDES (DIPTERA: CERATOPOGONIDAE) WITHOUT DISSECTION
- A. Dyce
- 1 June 1969
Using this method conspecific series have been sorted according to sex, the females graded as blood-engorged, gravid, nulliparous empty or parous empty and the numbers counted, at the rate of more than 1000 flies/hr. Expand
Isolation of arboviruses from insects collected at Beatrice Hill, Northern Territory of Australia, 1974-1976.
- H. Standfast, A. Dyce, +4 authors C. Filippich
- Biology, Medicine
- Australian journal of biological sciences
The study yielded five new viruses (bluetongue serotype 20, CSIRO Village, Marrakai, Beatrice Hill and Humpty Doo viruses) and a new record for Thimiri virus which had not been recorded previously in Australia nor had it been isolated from an arthropod. Expand
Revision of the Culicoides (Avaritia) Imicola complex Khamala & Kettle (Diptera: Ceratopogonidae) from the Australasian region.
The monophyly of the Imicola complex, a natural species complex within subgenus C. subgen. Avaritia Fox of the biting midge genus Culicoides Latreille, is supported using morphological and molecular… Expand
The isolation of a bluetongue virus from Culicoides collected in the Northern Territory of Australia.
Virus strains isolated from arthropods during an epizootic of bovine ephemeral fever in Queensland.
The species of flies reared from struck sheep in south-eastern Australia.
Isolation of arboviruses from mosquitoes, biting midges, sandflies and vertebrates collected in Queensland, 1969 and 1970.
- R. Doherty, J. Carley, H. Standfast, A. Dyce, B. Kay, W. Snowdon
- Biology, Medicine
- Transactions of the Royal Society of Tropical…
The findings increase to 30 the number of viruses isolated in Australia and tentatively viewed as arboviruses, and underline the importance of biting midges and sandflies as virus vectors. Expand
Blood-sucking Flies (Diptera) and Myxomatosis Transmission in a Mountain Environment in New South Wales.
Possible factors influencing the autumn incidence of the disease on the eastern coast and tablelands area of New South Wales are discussed, and further means of exploiting myxomatosis towards the control of rabbits in specific environments are suggested. Expand
THE SUBGENUS AUSTRALOPHLEBOTOMUS THEODOR OF PHLEBOTOMUS RONDANI AND BERTÉ (DIPTERA: PSYCHODIDAE)
The affinities, status, diagnosis, origin, food preferences and trophic morphology of Austratophlebotomus are discussed and the known distribution of species is shown. Expand