The Hemipteroid Orders

FIGURE 8.3. Phthiraptera. (A) The shaft louse, Menopon gallinae (Menoponidae); (B) the large turkey louse, Chelopistes meleagridis (Goniodidae); (C) the red cattle louse, Damalinia bovis (Trichodectidae); (D) the long-nosed cattle louse, Linognathus vituli (Linognathidae); (E) the short-nosed cattle louse, Haematopinus eurysternus (Haematopinidae); (F) the human body louse, Pediculus humanus (Pediculidae); and (G) the crab louse, Phthirus pubis (Phthiridae). [D, E, from L. A. Swan and C. S. Papp 1972, The Common Insects of North America. Copyright 1972 by L. A. Swan and C. S. Papp. Reprinted by permission of Harper & Row, Publishers, Inc.]

FIGURE 8.3. Phthiraptera. (A) The shaft louse, Menopon gallinae (Menoponidae); (B) the large turkey louse, Chelopistes meleagridis (Goniodidae); (C) the red cattle louse, Damalinia bovis (Trichodectidae); (D) the long-nosed cattle louse, Linognathus vituli (Linognathidae); (E) the short-nosed cattle louse, Haematopinus eurysternus (Haematopinidae); (F) the human body louse, Pediculus humanus (Pediculidae); and (G) the crab louse, Phthirus pubis (Phthiridae). [D, E, from L. A. Swan and C. S. Papp 1972, The Common Insects of North America. Copyright 1972 by L. A. Swan and C. S. Papp. Reprinted by permission of Harper & Row, Publishers, Inc.]

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Beekeeping for Beginners

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