Parasites And How To Eliminate Them Naturally

Destroy Your Parasites

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Chiggers and Other Disease Causing Mites

The Acari (mites and ticks) represent a large array of organisms that exhibit very diverse lifestyles. This article deals with the acarines that are of importance to human health, a group that includes human parasites, natural parasites of other mammals and birds that in particular situations may bite humans, and acarines whose fecal matter, body secretions, and disintegrating bodies are sources of potent allergens.

Mesostigmata Gamasida

Eutrombicula

Several mesostigmatid families have free-living species associated with bark beetles, ants, and millipedes. Others are parasites of insects, including the Varroidea mites that infect and injure honey bees. There are species that are ectoparasites of snakes, and several that are internal parasites of domestic animals. The canary lung mite, Sternostoma tracheacolum, invades the lungs of canaries Pneumonyssoides caninum occurs in the sinuses and nasal passages of dogs. Nymphs and adults of the house fly mite, Macrocheles muscaedomesticae (Fig. i8.2e), prey upon the eggs of Fannia canicularis, Musca domestica and M. vetustissima. The mesostigmatid Fuscouropoda vegetans is also a predator of the house fly and little house fly. The yellowish-brown adult attaches itself to the ventral surface of the base of the house-fly abdomen.

Twistedwinged Parasites Order Strepsiptera

Similar orders Male strepsipterans are somewhat beetlelike, but can be recognized by the characteristic wings and antennae. Females are generally saclike and without appendages, and must usually be recognized by their location in a host insect. Immature stages and habits Strepsipterans are internal parasites of other insects. Adult males on emergence leave the host and fly about females of most species never leave the host. Each female produces many (a few thousand) tiny larvae, which have well-developed legs and are very active they leave the host and enter another host, where they molt to a legless stage. Most strepsipterans have bees or various hoppers (Homoptera) as hosts a few attack insects in other orders. The host is injured but rarely killed the sex organs may be damaged or the shape or color of the abdomen may be changed. Parasitized hosts often can be recognized by the body of the parasite protruding from between the abdominal segments. If such hosts are caged, male...

Mealybugs

A wide range of host-specific wasps in the family Encyrtidae attack mealybug species. All develop in a similar manner, as solitary internal parasites within the body of the host mealybug.The female wasp stings an appropriately sized mealybug and lays a single egg in it.The wasp larva develops within the mealybug body before pupating in the mummified host. Most research has centered on the control of the citrus mealybug.

Beetles

A considerable number of beetles in the larval and adult stages are economic pests. They attack crops and produce of all categories, and a few are even medically significant as intermediate hosts for human parasites or bearers of vesicating substances. The many predaceous types are beneficial regulators of populations of other insects.

Isopoda

Parasites of terrestrial isopods include species of flies in the subfamily Rhinophorinae of the Calliphoridae. Larvae of these flies are internal parasites of many of the common pillbugs, including Porcellio scaber, Oniscus asellus, Armadillium vulgare, and Trachelipus rathkei. The calliphorids Parafeburia maculata and Styloneuria discrepans are associated with these pillbugs. Successful parasitism begins with the access female flies have to harborages containing pillbugs. Females become negatively phototactic after mating, and they crawl into pillbug harborages and lay eggs on soil surfaces which have residues of secretions of the uropod glands. After hatching, larvae attach themselves to pillbugs and enter the body cavity through an intersegmental membrane. Within the pillbug body cavity, the maggot feeds on the hemolymph, the gonads, and the vital organs. The death of the host is followed by pupariation by the calliphorid maggot.

Intrinsic Incubation

A suitable vector must be abundant and feed frequently upon infective vertebrate hosts during periods when stages of the parasite are circulating in the peripheral blood or other tissues accessible to the vector. Host-seeking or biting activity during the wrong time or at the wrong place on the wrong host will reduce contact with infective hosts and reduce the efficiency of transmission. Patterns of host selection determine the types of parasites to which vectors are exposed. Anthropophagie vectors feed selectively on humans and are important in the transmission of human parasites. Anthropophagie vectors which readily enter houses to feed on humans or to rest on the interior surfaces are termed en-dophilic (literally, inside loving). Vectors which rarely enter houses are termed exophilic (i.e., outside loving). Zoophagic vectors feed primarily on vertebrates other than humans. Mammalophagic vectors blood feed primarily on mammals and are important in the maintenance of...

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