• Corpus ID: 39033781

[Parasitism of the louse fly Lipoptena fortisetosa on cattle].

@article{Metelitsa1989ParasitismOT,
  title={[Parasitism of the louse fly Lipoptena fortisetosa on cattle].},
  author={Anna Metelitsa and G. A. Veselkin},
  journal={Parazitologiia},
  year={1989},
  volume={23 3},
  pages={
          276-7
        }
}
Parasitism of Lipoptena fortisetosa Maa on cattle was first established. Data on the distribution of this species in the USSR and its abundance on cows in Moldavia are given. 
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