Bovine thelaziasis in Iowa.

Abstract

The prevalence of developing Thelazia nematodes in face flies (Musca autumnalis) was studied for 7 yr at a beef farm in central Iowa. Juvenile nematodes were not found among flies in reproductive diapause in autumn, nor among nulliparous, overwintered flies in spring, but only among actively reproducing insects. Thus Thelazia probably do not overwinter in… (More)

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@article{Krafsur1985BovineTI, title={Bovine thelaziasis in Iowa.}, author={Elliot S. Krafsur and Christopher J. Church}, journal={The Journal of parasitology}, year={1985}, volume={71 3}, pages={279-86} }