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Observations On Copulation In Ixodes Holocyclus Neumann And The Feeding Of The Male
Some female Ixodes holocydus Neumann removed from their natural hosts were found with males attached to their ventral surfaces. These males were engaged in two separate processes, copulation andExpand
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Parasitism of female ticks by males of the genus Ixodes.
Moorhouse (1966, J. Med. Ent. 3 : 168–71) described the attachment of male Ixodes holocyclus to females of the same species, and presumed that these males were engaged in feeding. The males usuallyExpand
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Compressive Lesions of External Popliteal (Common Peroneal) Nerve
schema indicate that this lesion cannot have been in the internal ear, but must have involved the vestibular pathways at the cortical or subcortical level. The disorders of the body-schema, whichExpand
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NEMATODE LARVAE (SPIRURIDA: PHYSALOPTERIDAE) CAUSING INFARCTION OF THE BOWEL IN AN INFANT
Summary A case is reported of an 11‐month‐old baby suffering from gangrene of the distal portion of the small bowel due to infestation by larval worms belonging to the order Spirurida, familyExpand
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Equine onchocerciasis in Queensland and the Northern Territory of Australia.
Investigations were conducted on the taxonomy, distribution in the carcase, pathology and transmission of Onchocerca spp. in equids from Queensland and the Northern Territory. Examination of smallExpand
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IDENTIFICATION OF EARLY IMMATURE STAGES OF SOME COMMON QUEENSLAND CARRION FLIES
Eggs of Calliphora augur (Fabricius), Calliphora stygia (Fabricius), Lucilia cuprina (Wiedemann) and Australophyra rostrata (Robineau-Desvoidy) are described and illustrated in detail by scanningExpand
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Differences in nymphs of Amblyomma triguttatum triguttatum Koch moulting to males or females
The mean weight of engorged female nymphs was greater than for male nymphs; after feeding on rabbits the mean weights were 51.55 and 33.18 mg respectively, and on rats 50.96 and 34.28 mg. The peak ofExpand
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Factors affecting the development ofDipylidium caninum inCtenocephalides felis felis (Bouché, 1835)
Ctenocephalides felis felis larvae were infected withDipylidium caninum at a range of temperatures from 20°–35°C at 3 mm Hg saturation deficit (SD) and 30°C at 8 mm Hg SD. Hosts were subsequentlyExpand
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Neutrophils: Their Role in the Formation of a Tick Feeding Lesion
Dogs infested with adtult Rhipicephalus sanguineus were given nitrogen mustard to reduce leukocyte numbers. In the treated animals the tick lesions were insignificant, lacking the collagenExpand
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The feeding processes of the cattle-tick Boophilus microplus (Canestrini): a study in host-parasite relations. I. Attachment to the host.
The method of attachment of the cattle tick Boophilus microplus (Canestrini) has been investigated on cattle of different breeds and susceptibility to infestation. Despite their differing sizes, theExpand
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