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House Flies and How They Spread Disease

Author: C. G. Hewitt
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This 1912 book contains an account of the natural history of houseflies and their role in spreading disease.


House Flies

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Farmers Bulletin

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House flies

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The House Fly

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Control of House Flies by the Maggot Trap Method

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The House Fly Musca Domestica Linn

Author: C. Gordon Hewitt
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This 1914 volume responds rising concerns regarding the role of the house-fly in the dissemination of infectious diseases, and its relationship to unhygienic conditions. Given the role played by the house-fly in these circumstances, it was decided that a thorough study of its entomological and medical significance was required.


The House Fly

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Medical Entomology for Students

Author: M. W. Service
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Arthropod vectors of human diseases, such as malaria, filariasis and typhus, are a continuing threat to human health. Since publication of the first edition, Medical Entomology for Students has proved a popular textbook by providing the reader with all the basic information on insects, mites and ticks that affect human health. It examines methods of identification, the biology and ecology of these medically important arthropods, their epidemiological role and how they can be controlled. Its clear presentation and concise writing style, extensive illustrations and glossary of entomological and epidemiological terms make the book comprehensive and accessible. Each chapter concludes with suggestions for further reading. Medically important arthropods concern students of subjects as varied as tropical medicine, parasitology, entomology and pest control and the book also provides essential reading for physicians, nurses, health officials and community health workers. This textbook is recommended reading for both students and teachers of medical entomology courses.


Studies on the Field Ecology Breeding Biology and Parasitism of House Flies Musca Domestica and Stable Flies Stomoxys Calcitrans Diptera Muscidae to Improve Integrated Pest Management for North Florida Small Equestrian Farms

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Parasitism by Spalangia cameroni of house flies and stable fly pupae was assessed at two different host: parasitoid ratios. Six field collected equine substrates were used to determine if substrate had an effect on the attraction of female parasitoids and resulting pupal mortality. There were no effects on host species but substrate and host: parasitoid ratio did affect progeny production and total mortality. There was no difference in parasitoid progeny production between host: parasitoid ratios. Equestrian farm and horse owners in North Florida were surveyed to determine their presentations and current control methods of pests affecting their horses. Ignorance of IPM practices was evident as was an over-reliance on chemical insecticides. The lack of knowledge provides an opportunity for educational outreach to facilities and horse owners on IPM systems.