Haematobia irritans

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Noun1.Haematobia irritans - small black European fly introduced into North AmericaHaematobia irritans - small black European fly introduced into North America; sucks blood from cattle especially at the base of the horn
fly - two-winged insects characterized by active flight
genus Haematobia, Haematobia - European genus of bloodsucking flies
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Los dipteros hematofagos como Stomoxys calcitrans, ocho especies de Tabanus sp, tres especies de Culicidae (11) y Haematobia irritans (3) actuan como transmisores de A.
2011), plaga de granos almacenados, a la mosca Haematobia irritans (Cruz et al., 2011), de importancia medico-veterinaria, asi como a las termitas Copotermes gestroi y Cryptotermes cynocephalus (Tarmadi et al., 2014).
2000), gastrointestinal tracts of Drosophila melanogaster (Diptera: Drosophilidae) (Cox & Gilmore 2007), adults and eggs of horn fly (Haematobia irritans [Diptera: Muscidae]) (Palavesam et al.
Tambien se han reportado otros vectores menos eficientes como dipteros e insectos hematofagos como Stomoxis calcitrans, Haematobia irritans, Culicinae spp.
Use of COI, CytB and ND5 genes for intra-and inter-specific differentiation of Haematobia irritans and Haematobia exigua.
Se ha utilizado aceites esenciales con la finalidad de controlar garrapatas (Boophilus microplus Canestrini.) y moscas de los cuernos (Haematobia irritans L.).
bituberculatus Nitzsch) (Haematopinidae) from Haematobia irritans exigua de Meijere (as Lyperosia) in the Philippines; Allingham (1987): Haematopinus eurysternus (Nitzsch) (Haematopinidae) from Haematobia irritans exigua (de Meijere), at Popham Bay, Northern Territory, Australia; Bedford (1929: 502): Linognathus vituli (L.) fromMusca (Byomya) lasiophthalmaThomson, at Camp's Bay, Cape Town, South Africa; and Braack & Emerson (1986): L.
Lessinger, "Evolutionary and structural analysis of the cytochrome c oxidase subunit I (COI) gene from Haematobia irritans, Stomoxys calcitrans and Musca domestica (Diptera: Muscidae) mitochondrial DNA," DNA Sequence, vol.
According to the literature, horn flies (Haematobia irritans) are intermediate hosts that feed on skin lesions and ingest the microfilariae, and in two to three weeks it develops the third larval stage (infective form), being introduced by bite in the skin of the definitive host, i.e., bovine (3).
Efficiency of entomopathogenic fungi in the control of eggs and larvae of the horn fly Haematobia irritans (Diptera: Muscidae).