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The seasonal changes and the daily activity of Stomoxyine species (Diptera: Muscidae) were examined, using Vavoua traps, in a dairy and a beef cattle farm in Nakhonpathom province, Thailand during July 2004 to June 2005. Over this period, Stomoxys calcitrans was the most commonly trapped species, followed by S. sitiens and S. indica. For the later species,(More)
Morphological characteristics of Stomoxys spp. were studied and recorded for the first time in Thailand. Specimens were collected in central Thailand at Nakhon Pathom, Kanchanaburi and Saraburi Province, using Vavoua traps and sweep net. It was found that Stomoxys calcitrans (L.) was the most commonly abundant species, followed by Stomoxys sitiens Rondani,(More)
Uncovering the hidden diversity and evolutionary history of arthropods of medico-veterinary importance could have significant implications for vector-borne disease control and epidemiological intervention. The buffalo fly Haematobia exigua is an obligate bloodsucking ectoparasite of livestock. As an initial step towards understanding its population(More)
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