• Publications
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Animal disease agents transmitted by horse flies and deer flies (Diptera: Tabanidae).
  • W. Krinsky
  • Biology, Medicine
  • Journal of medical entomology
  • 8 December 1976
Published reports of tabanid transmission of pathogenic agents of animals (including man) are reviewed. Experimental evidence for tabanid transmission of the following disease agents is discussed:Expand
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Genesis of the Hymenoptera and the Phases of their Evolution
  • W. Krinsky
  • Computer Science
  • The Yale Journal of Biology and Medicine
  • 1 April 1970
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A study of sex reassignment surgery in the United States and abroad . Expand
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Ixodes dammini (Acari: Ixodidae) and associated ixodid ticks in South-central Connecticut, USA.
Nine thousand ticks of 9 species were collected from 22 species of wild mammals in south-central Connecticut. The majority of ticks were Ixodes dammini and Dermacentor variabilis . The principalExpand
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5 – TRUE BUGS (Hemiptera)
The order “ Hemiptera ” includes all of the insects that are known as true bugs. Hemipterans are characterized as soft-bodied insects with piercing and sucking mouthparts and two pairs of wings. TheExpand
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Dermatoses Associated with the Bites of Mites and Ticks (Arthropoda: Acari)
  • W. Krinsky
  • Medicine
  • International journal of dermatology
  • 1 March 1983
The arachnid subclass Acari comprises more than 30,000 species called mites and ticks. Human skin lesions are associated with only about 50 species of mites that have a diversity of feeding habitsExpand
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Trypanosomes in horse flies and deer flies in central New York State.
Tabanids were collected during 2 consecutive summers from 3 counties in New York using a canopy trap and insect net. Twenty-seven per cent of all fly specimens (N equals 641) representing 69% of theExpand
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Ixodes dammini: induced skin lesions in guinea pigs and rabbits compared to erythema chronicum migrans in patients with lyme arthritis.
Abstract Erythematous skin lesions occurred in rabbits 2 days after being fed upon by larvae or nymphs of the tick, Ixodes dammini . Similar lesions occurred in guinea pigs 7 days after a primaryExpand
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Trypanosomes in Amblyomma americanum from Oklahoma.
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Hereditary cortical renal cysts in the rabbit.
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Feeding, molting, and egg production in Rhodnius prolixus (Hemiptera: Reduviidae) fed repeatedly on the same Swiss mouse hosts.
  • W. Krinsky
  • Biology, Medicine
  • Journal of medical entomology
  • 27 November 1985
Engorgement time and the interval between engorgement and 1st defecation were measured for 5th-instar nymphs and adult male and female Rhodnius prolixus that fed upon control, “primed,” or repeatedlyExpand
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