warble fly

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warble fly:

see botflybotfly,
common name for several families of hairy flies whose larvae live as parasites within the bodies of mammals. The horse botfly secretes an irritating substance that is used to attach its eggs to the body hairs of a horse, mule, or donkey.
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Keywords: Hypoderma bovis, Hypoderma lineatum, Oestridae, mitochondrial DNA and sequencing.
The commercial ELISA kit developed for bovine hypodermosis can be considered as a useful tool for the serodiagnosis of goat warble fly infestation due to the confirmed cross-reactivity between the antigen of Hypoderma lineatum and anti-P.
2005), level as10% of antihypoderma antibody in adults of reindeer declined significantly with age, and levels were significantly lower in animals of 4 to 11 years of age than in one year old animals during the same one year period indicating reducing exposure of animals to hypoderma infestation.
Species identification of Hypoderma affecting domestic and wild ruminants by morphological and molecular characterization.
Hypoderma diana (Diptera, Oestridae) and Lipoptena cervi (Diptera, Hippoboscidae) as parasites of reindeer (Rangifer tarandus) in Scotland with notes on the second stage larva of Hypoderma Diana.
En el caso de una invasion por artropodos capaces de penetrar la piel para migrar por los tejidos (larvas de mosca, como Hypoderma spp.
The "Gadfly" is more commonly known in the farming community as the "Warble Fly" ( Hypoderma bovis or Hypoderma lineata.
The survey, carried out by the Veterinary Laboratories Agency between November 2002 and March 2003 and to be published in the Veterinary Record, involved taking serum samples from 200,769 animals in 5,189 herds, to see if there was any evidence of antibodies to the cattle warble flies, Hypoderma lineatum and Hypoderma bovis.
The survey, carried out by the Veterinary Laboratories Agency between November 2002 and March 2003, involved taking serum samples from 200,769 animals in 5,189 herds, to see if there was any evidence of antibodies to the cattle warble flies, Hypoderma lineatum and Hypoderma bovis.
Two specimens, one female of Hypoderma tarandi and one female of Cephenemyia trompe, were captured near a caribou group under severe harassment on 19 July.
In the present study an epidemiological survey was conducted to determine the influence of epidemiological factors on prevalence and infestation rate of Hypoderma spp.