L. Chardonnet

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Two field experiments were conducted to evaluate the efficiency of Rusa deer in the development of the cattle tick Boophilus microplus in comparison with that of steers in the same pastures and under the same conditions of infestation. No difference was noted between a mixed steer/deer herd and a pure steer or pure deer herd in the infestation pattern of(More)
Boophilus microplus is the common cattle tick of great economic importance in New Caledonia. Since 1986, deltamethrin has been used for dipping. In 1992, an increase of tick infestations was seen on some ranches. Field and laboratory studies were conducted to determine if resistant ticks were present. Ticks resistant to deltamethrin were detected on three(More)
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