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The distribution of Mallophaga on the domestic pigeon (Columba livia).
Abstract The distribution of Hohorstiella lata, Colpocephalum turbinatum, Campanulotes bidentatus compar, and Comlumbicola columbae on domestic pigeons were determined. Each species laid its eggs onExpand
The blowfly strike problem of sheep in New South Wales.
A field survey was undertaken between 1972-76 to reappraise the nature of the blowfly problem in New South Wales. For 2 years, 1972-1974, some 80,000 sheep were kept under observation and 12,481Expand
Potential vectors of bluetongue in Australia.
  • M. D. Murray
  • Biology, Medicine
  • Australian veterinary journal
  • 1 April 1975
Bluetongue has only been isolated as yet from species of biting midges of the genus Culicoides, initially from Culicoides pallidipennis in South Africa by du Toit (1944) and then from C. variipennisExpand
Isolation of arboviruses (Kemerovo group, Sakhalin group) from Ixodes uriae collected at Macquarie Island, Southern ocean.
Eighty-nine pools of ticks (Ixodes [Ceratixodes] uriae White) collected at Macquarie Island (54 degrees 30' S, 159 degrees E) in the Southern Ocean yielded 16 strains of 2 viruses, 1 a "new" memberExpand
Arthropods--the pelage of mammals as an environment.
  • M. D. Murray
  • Biology, Medicine
  • International journal for parasitology
  • 1 February 1987
Abstract The problem of lousiness in nature is usually not why are a few hosts heavily infested, it is why does the majority of the host population carry so few lice. The reproductive potentialsExpand
Akabane epizootics in New South Wales: evidence for long-distance dispersal of the biting midge Culicoides brevitarsis.
  • M. D. Murray
  • Geography, Medicine
  • Australian veterinary journal
  • 1 October 1987
In 1983 an outbreak of Akabane disease occurred in calves in New South Wales between Coolah and Dunedoo at the foothills of the Liverpool Range, from Molong to Oberon in the Blue Mountains and in theExpand
Influences of vector biology on transmission of arboviruses and outbreaks of disease: the Culicoides brevitarsis model.
  • M. D. Murray
  • Biology, Medicine
  • Veterinary microbiology
  • 1 September 1995
The use of a model to appraise arboviral epizootics is described, and examples are given which demonstrated long-distance wind-dispersal of the biting-midge vector Culicoides brevitarsis from theExpand
The spread of ephemeral fever of cattle during the 1967-68 epizootic in Australia.
  • M. D. Murray
  • Biology, Medicine
  • Australian veterinary journal
  • 1 March 1970
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