Bibliography of Oestridae

@inproceedings{Papavero1977BibliographyOO,
  title={Bibliography of Oestridae},
  author={N. Papavero},
  year={1977}
}

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Das weibliche postabdomen der calyptraten fliegen (Diptera) und sein merkmalswert für die systematik der gruppe
  • B. Herting
  • Biology
  • Zeitschrift für Morphologie und Ökologie der Tiere
  • 2004
Zusammenfassung1.Bei den höheren Dipteren (angefangen mit den Asiloidea) ist das 9. Abdominaltergit nicht mehr nachweisbar und wahrscheinlich mit dem 10. Tergit verschmolzen. Ferner sind die CerciExpand
Is there a species hybridization in the genus Gedoelstia? (Diptera: Oestridae)
SummaryEvidence is presented that there is natural interbreeding between the two oestrid species Gedoelstia hässleriGed. and Gedoelstia cristataRodh. and Bequ. in S. W. Africa and in Bechuanaland.
A STUDY ON THE SHEEP BOTFLY, OESTRUS OVIS (DIPTERA : OESTRIDAE) IN NEW ZEALAND
The result of a survey of lamb and sheep heads to establish the seasonal pattern, life history and geographic variations in incidence of Oestrus ovis Linnaeus within New Zeal~nd is reported.
A DEVICE TO AID IN EXAMINING THE BRAIN AND MENINGES OF DEER FOR HELMINTH PARASITES*
  • J. F. Smith
  • Biology, Medicine
  • Journal of wildlife diseases
  • 1972
TLDR
A vise-like apparatus consisting of movable plates with “teeth”, which can be clamped to a table top, has been found to be of value as an aid in securing the heads of white-tailed deer for examination for meningeal worms. Expand
THE USE OF NEGUVON FOR CONTROL OF GRUBS IN ANGORA GOATS
TLDR
Oral treatment was applied to animals once, twice and thrice at an interval of i month, starting at the beginning of Septembel' or October, to reduce grub reduction in September groups. Expand
PHARYNGEAL BOTFLY LARVAE IN WHITE-TAILED DEER*
TLDR
A higher prevalence in mature males compared with females during winter was correlated with behavioral differences between sexes during the breeding season, and the highest prevalence occurred in deer from brushy plant communities with a high, relatively continuous canopy. Expand
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