sucking louse

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sucking louse

[′sək·iŋ ‚lau̇s]
(invertebrate zoology)
The common name for insects of the order Anoplura, so named for the slender, tubular mouthparts.
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and of the Pediculus humanus humanus louse mitochondrial cytochrome b (cytb) gene.
A total of 23/41 combs (56%) were positive for Pediculus humanus capitis (nits/eggs and/or lice).
Jamalca dog (1) Pulex irritans dog (45) Ctenocephalides felis dog (1) Pulex irritans Amazonas/ cat (3) Ctenocephalides felis Utcubamba/ human (6) Pediculus humanus Lonya Grande guinea pig (1) Ctenocephalides felis guinea pig (1) Pulex irritans Amazonas/ fox (3) Pulex irritans Utcubamba/ fox (1) Ctenocephalides felis El Milagro TOTAL Department Province/ Number of Number of District specimens pools Capture Date 119 7 Cajamarca/ 34 2 San Ignacio/ 499 26 July, 2000 San Ignacio 77 4 (Marizagua) 92 5 20 1 Amazonas/ 190 10 Utcubamba/ 1 1 September, 2001 Cajaruro 33 2 Amazonas/ 5 2 September, 2001 Utcubamba/ 1 1 Jamalca 1 1 494 25 20 1 Amazonas/ 35 2 June, 2001 Utcubamba/ 84 5 Lonya Grande 5 1 12 1 Amazonas/ 32 3 November, 2000 Utcubamba/ 4 2 El Milagro TOTAL 1758 102 Table 2.
Prevalence and levels of permethrin resistance in Pediculus humanus capitis De Geer (Anoplura: Pediculidae) from Buenos Aires, Argentina.
prowazekii during the last few decades seems to be a result of decreased prevalence of its main vetcor, the body louse Pediculus humanus (185).
It is closely related to the head louse, Pediculus humanus capitis, which also feeds on human blood.
zeylanicum oil and its main constituents showed ovicidal and adulticidal activities against the human head louse, Pediculus humanus capitis.
El primero, cuya denominacion es homonima de la del generico, es el especifico tipico y corresponde a la especie Pediculus humanus Linnaeus.
The scientific term for head lice is Pediculus humanus capitis.
Body lice, or Pediculus humanus corporis, normally thrive in areas where humans live in crowded conditions.
In contemporary taxonomy, the louse that infects humans is called pediculus humanus and the crab louse is the phthirus pubis.