Oestrus ovis

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Noun1.Oestrus ovis - larvae are parasitic on sheepOestrus ovis - larvae are parasitic on sheep  
botfly - stout-bodied hairy dipterous fly whose larvae are parasites on humans and other mammals
genus Oestrus, Oestrus - type genus of the Oestridae: sheep botflies
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Infestation with larvae of Oestrus ovis (nasal bot fly) has serious effect on the productivity and welfare of small ruminants, however infestation is less dramatically reported in goats (Constable et al., 2017).
Jain, "External ophthalmomyiasis caused by oestrus ovis: a rare case report from India," The Korean Journal of Parasitology, vol.
In the case of Oestrus ovis, transmission occurs when females project larvae onto the muzzle (or face) of sheep (or humans) while flying.
Dorchies, "Epidemiology of ovine oestrosis (Oestrus ovis Linne 1761, Diptera: Oestridae) in Sicily," Veterinary Parasitology, vol.
La miasis cavitaria, es una miasis producida en tejidos o cavidades corporales por la infestacion de estados larvarios de especies como Dermatobia hominis en bovinos (16), Oestrus ovis en ovinos y caprinos (27) y Gasterophilus spp en equinos (10).
The condition is most often caused by Oestrus ovis and it exists in two forms, external and internal.
Oestrus ovis as a cause of red eye in Aljabal Algharbi, Libya.
To the Editor: Ophthalmomyiasis is a zoonosis generally caused by Oestrus ovis, a fly that lays eggs on the eye of its host.
Cases of ophthalmic myiasis externa by Oestrus Ovis have been reported from different part of the world [2-4] including India.
Both double immunodiffusion (DD) and indirect haemagglutination (IH) tests are used for detection of the somatic crude antigen first (L1) as well as second (L2) and third (L3) in star of the larva of the parasite Oestrus ovis [122].
Shepherds are at greatest risk for Oestrus ovis infections and horse groomers are at risk for Gastrophilus spp.