References And Further Reading

Baird, C. R., Podgore, J. K., and Sabrosky, C. W. (1982). Cuterebra myiasis in humans: six new case reports from the United States with a summary of known cases (Diptera: Cuterebrida c). Journal of Medical Entomology 19, 263-267.

Baird, J. K., Baird, C. R., and Sabrosky, C. W. (1989). North American cuterebrid myiasis. Journal of the American Academy of Dermatology 21, 763-772.

Baumgartner, D. L. (1988). Review of myiasis (Insecta: Diptera: Cal-liphoridae, Sarcophagidae) of Nearctic wildlife. Wildlife Rehabilitation 7, 3-46.

Boulard, C., and Thornberry, H., Eds. (1984). "Warble Fly Control in Europe." Balkema, Rotterdam/Boston.

Brewer, T. F., Wilson, M. E., Gonzalez, E., and Felsenstein, D. (1993). Bacon therapy and furuncular myiasis. Journal of the American Medical Association 270, 2087-2088.

Catts, E. P. (1982). Biology of New World bot flies: Cuterebridae. Annu. Rev. Entomol. 27, 313-338.

Catts, E. P. (1994). Sex and the bachelor bot fly. American Entomologist 40, 153-160.

Chernin, E. (1986). Surgical maggots. Southern Medical Journal 79, 1143.

Craig, C. F., and Faust, E. C. (1940). "Clinical Parasitology," 2nd ed. Lea & Febiger, Philadelphia.

Cunningham, E. P., Abusowa, M., Lindquist, D. A., Sidahmed, A. E., and Vargas-Teran, M. (1992). Screwworm eradication programme in North Africa. Revue d'Elevage et de Medicine Veterinaire des Pays Tropicaux 45, 115-118.

Curran, C. H. (1965). "The Families and Genera of North American Diptera," 2nd ed. Tripp, Woodhaven, NY.

Drummond, R. O., George, J. E., and Kunz, S. E. (1988). "Control of Arthropod Pests Of Livestock: A Review of Technology." CRC Press, Boca Raton, FL.

Ferrar, P. (1987). A guide to the breeding habits and immature stages of Diptera Cyclorrhapha. Entomography 8, pp. 83-98. Brill, Leiden.

Emergency Preparedness

Emergency Preparedness

Remember to prepare for everyone in the home. When you are putting together a plan to prepare in the case of an emergency, it is very important to remember to plan for not only yourself and your children, but also for your family pets and any guests who could potentially be with you at the time of the emergency.

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