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Method for Collecting Hypoderma spp. (Diptera: Oestridae) Larvae from Cattle

Intra-Puparial Development in Oestrus ovis (Diptera: Oestridae)

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Development of Resistance to Hypoderma lineatum (Diptera: Oestridae) within a Cattle Herd

Scanning Electron Microscope Observations on Third-Instar Gasterophilus nasalis (Diptera: Oestridae)

Scanning Electron Microscopy and Comparative Morphometrics of Eggs from Six Bot Fly Species (Diptera: Oestridae)

Chronobiology of Oestrus ovis (Diptera: Oestridae) in Sardinia, Italy: Guidelines to Chemoprophylaxis

Optical and Ultrastructural Studies of Midgut and Salivary Glands of First Instar of Dermatobia hominis (Diptera: Oestridae)

Seroprevalence of Oestrus ovis (Diptera, Oestridae) Infestation and Associated Risk Factors in Ovine Livestock from Southwestern Spain

Influence of Internal and Environmental Factors on the Distribution and Occurrence of Hypoderma (Diptera: Oestridae) in Cattle in Galicia (Northwest of Spain)

Dynamics of the Antibody Response in Cattle Infested by Hypoderma (Diptera: Oestridae) After a Treatment with Injectable and Pour-on Ivermectin

Effect of Temperature on Pupal Development and Eclosion Dates in the Reindeer Oestrids Hypoderma tarandi and Cephenemyia trompe (Diptera: Oestridae)

Parasites of Mammals on the Sevilleta National Wildlife Refuge, Socorro, New Mexico: Cuterebra austeni and C. neomexicana (Diptera: Oestridae) from Neotoma and Peromyscus (Rodentia: Muridae), 1991–1994

 

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; order Diptera, suborder Cyclorrapha)

Small family of stout, hairy flies, which are often bee-like. Their antennae are short, and partially sunken into facial grooves. The larvae are all interinal parasites of large mammals, found beneath the skin, where they feed on exudations from the host tissues. The larvae of Hypoderma species (warble flies) form swellings (‘warbles’) on either side of the spine of their host after migrating through the subdermal tissues. The mature larvae bore through the hide of the host before pupating on the ground. The sheep-nostril fly, or bot fly, is larviparous, the young larvae being deposited in the nostrils of sheep, from where they migrate to the sinuses. So far 60 species have been recognized. See also Gasterophilidae.

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