Studies on the bacterial flora of Hippelates pusio (Diptera: Chloropidae).

  title={Studies on the bacterial flora of Hippelates pusio (Diptera: Chloropidae).},
  author={Edward L. Snoddy and Jack R. Cole and William J. Payne},
  journal={Journal of medical entomology},
  volume={11 2},
Eye gnats of the genus Hippelates are found from the southeastern United States to central Texas and California. Hippelates collusor is the dominant species from Texas to California (Dawson, 1960, Amer. J. aphthal . 49 : 801–08), while Hippelates pusio is most common in Georgia and the southeastern United States (Bengston, 1933, Pub. Hlth Rept 48 : 917–26). Since the prevalence of H. pusio coincides with the seasonal incidence of severe acute conjunctivitis in young children, this insect has… 
Biochemical and taxonomic characterization of bacteria associated with the crucifer root maggot (Delia radicum).
It is suggested that resident alimentary tract microorganisms have the potential to contribute to host nutrition directly as a food source as well as by providing increased digestive potential.
Immunofluorescent evidence of Proteus mirabilis swarm cell formation on sterilized rat feces
Swarming Proteus spp. were detected with the use of proteometry (a most-probable-number technique) in the fecal material of selected animal species and in raw sewage from a local sewage treatment
Melioidosis presenting as prostatitis--a case report from Sabah.
  • S. Kan, R. Kay
  • Medicine
    Transactions of the Royal Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene
  • 1978