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Infinite Vitality System

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Veterinary Entomology

A great number of external parasites, including ticks of all types, mange mites, keds (Hippoboscidae), fleas, and biting and sucking lice, infest every kind of domestic animal (Steelman 1976). The feeding and allergenic effects of these pests cause considerable annoyance to their hosts and greatly diminish their growth and vitality. Similarly, the attacks of biting flies, mostly blackflies, mosquitoes, horseflies and deerflies, and hematophagous Muscidae, keep animals on edge and negatively affect their general health. The sites of bites may become septic, and death may ensue from loss of blood. Particularly harmful are the horn fly (Haematobia irritans), whose constant pestering can cause significant weight loss in cattle, and the stable fly (Stomoxys calcitrans), which can drive quadrupeds to fits. The former species has invaded South America as far south as northern Brazil but seems not to be a major problem because of its poor adaptation to tropical climates. It may become a...

Veterinary Importance

Economic losses to cattle grubs due to poor weight gains, reduced milk production, and damage to hides are estimated as high as US 100 million annually in North America (Drummond et al., 1988). This figure does not include the cost of controlling cattle grubs. A grub burden of less than 50 maggots per host appears to have little effect on the vitality or weight increase of infested cattle. Economic losses also are caused in cattle when open warbles and scars of healed warbles along the host's backline decrease the value of hides used in making leather. The green, or raw, hide constitutes about 10 of the total carcass value, and shot-holed hides (warble-scarred) can result in considerable reduction in grower profits. Warbles caused by cattle grubs and torsalo larvae in the backs of slaughtered animals require excessive trimming of discolored flesh and jellied fat surrounding the warbles, further contributing to decreased profits due to labor costs and loss of meat. Horses also are...


In their feeding, aphids may wreak havoc on crops. They reduce plant vitality by extracting significant quantities of sap but are even more serious threats as vectors of pathogenic viruses. Most of the aphid pests of the region are European in origin and occur on introduced crops some important examples are the cotton aphid (Aphis gossypii, figs. 8.12a, b), pea aphid (Acyrthosiphon pisum, fig. 8.12c), spotted alfalfa aphid (Therioaphis maculata, fig. 8.12d), and yellow sugarcane aphid (Sipha flava, fig. 8.12e).

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