The horn fly, Haematobia irritans (Linnaeus, 1758) (Diptera: Muscidae) is one of the most important ectoparasites of pastured cattle [1]. This fly was originally introduced from Europe and currently represents a tremendous health problem for cattle in the Americas from Southern Canada to Argentina [2]. Although horn flies parasitize mainly cattle, occasionally they feed on horses, sheep and dogs [3].. The developmental cycle of H. irritans is very short, taking from 10 to 14 days to complete. Larvae and pupae develop on dung and once the flies emerge from pupae, immediately start and remain feeding on cattle during their whole life. Flies leave the host only to move to others or to lay eggs on fresh manure [1]. Both males and females feed 24 to 38 times per day ingesting an average of 14.3 mg blood per fly [4].. Horn flies infestations interfere with animal feeding, thus producing significant reductions in weight gain and milk production [5, 6]. The economic impact of H. irritans on livestock in ...
Citation: Zhu, J.J., Berkebile, D.R., Zhang, A., Klun, J.A., Behle, R.W., Dunlap, C.A., Zurek, L. 2009. Chemical ecology of stable fly and its future practical applications in control [abstract]. In: Proceedings of the International Society of Chemical Ecology Annual Meeting, August 23-27, 2009, Neuchatel, Switzerland. Paper 125. Interpretive Summary: The stable fly, Stomoxys calcitrans L., is the most serious livestock pest that primarily feeds on a wide range of livestock animals. They sometimes even attack pet animals and humans in rural areas. Their feeding on grazing cattle has also led to increased disease incidence, reproductive failure and reduction of meat and milk yields, with estimated economic loss up to billions of dollars in beef and dairy industry. Furthermore, stable flies are capable of transmitting a large variety of pathogens ranging from helminth, protozoans, bacteria, to virus. Stable fly control consists of chemical control and classical control using insecticides are ...
Super II Dairy & Farm Spray is a ready-to-use insecticide spray designed to protect livestock from lice, stable flies, horn flies, fleas, mosquitoes and gnats.
In this preliminary study, two heifers were exposed to horn flies fed blood that contained Staph. aureus to determine if mastitis could be induced by fly bites. Results indicate that the horn fly (Haematobia irritans) can be colonized with Staph. aureus during feeding and can remain colonized for up to four days, with substantial numbers of organisms present. When colonized horn flies were allowed to feed on teats of uninfected dairy heifers, mastitis with the same Staph. aureus strain resulted. This indicates that the horn fly can transmit Staph. aureus to heifers teats if a source of organisms is present. That source was shown to be present in the existing scabs on the teat ends of heifers. High concentrations of Staph. aureus were found in scab material present on heifers teats. When uncolonized flies were allowed to feed on this material, they became colonized with Staph. aureus just as readily as flies that had fed on experimentally infected blood. Thus, a vector capable of transmitting ...
Both house and stable flies can transmit disease and infection. They also play a key role in the development of cutaneous habronemiasis, commonly referred to as "summer sores." These nasty, weeping skin lesions are a reaction to the migration of larval stages of two types of stomach worms (Habronema muscae and Draschia megastoma). When infected flies feed on a wound or abrasion, the worm larvae are transferred and cause the lesions.. Both house and stable flies utilize manure as a breeding ground for larvae development. It takes only seven to ten days for house flies to develop from an egg to an adult; stable flies require anywhere from fifteen days to five weeks to develop. Mounting Your Defense. The more you lean about these annoying, disease-spreading flies, the more you want to defend your horse. Creating an effective "No Fly Zone" requires a multi-zone approach: Block: Create an actual physical barrier to keep flies and pests off your horses face and ears.. Repel: Use products that ...
Define horn fly: a small dark gray European dipteran fly (Haematobia irritans) that has been introduced into North America where it is a…
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The lethal qualities that made Bassis fungus the bane of silk producers have proven a boon for agriculture and public health. Named Beauveria bassiana after its discoverer, it is a potent biological control agent against a host of harmful insects, including grasshoppers, locusts, bed bugs, and house flies. When the fungus contacts its host, spores germinate, enter the body, and grow internally, killing the insect within a few days. New spores arise from a white mold that covers the dead insect like the wrappings of a mummy, contributing to the infections name of white muscardine disease.. Given the virulence of this fungus, pest control managers have considered whether it might also be effective against one of the most damaging cattle pests, the horn fly (Haematobia irritans), but research recently published in the open-access Journal of Insect Science suggests that, while it "holds promise," lots of work remains to be done. The fungus samples tested in the research had stopping power but did ...
The hot and humid summer season has once again arrived in South Florida, and with the increase in damp weather comes an increase in pesky stable flies that can cause summer sores. With the help of the veterinarians at Palm Beach Equine Clinic, learn more about what summer sores are, how they are caused, how they be prevented, and finally, how to treat them.. What are "summer sores"?. The equine stomach worm is Habronema muscae. Through the help of stable flies, their larvae are deposited onto wounds and mucocutaneous junctions including the sheath, eyes and corners of the mouth. This causes a massive inflammatory reaction which then forms granulomas: the "summer sore".. How do they occur?. Adult stomach worms shed larvae into the environment through the manure of infected horses. These larvae are then ingested by maggots and develop within these maggots as they become adult flies. They reside in the mouthparts of the flies where they are deposited onto the wounds or mucocutaneous junctions of ...
Have you ever wandered what types of flies can bite you outside, besides a female mosquito? Well there are plenty of other biting flies, including deer flies, horse flies, stable flies, black flies, biting midges and sand flies. All biting flies locate humans and other animals by sensing things in the environment, such the carbon dioxide, dark colors, movement, warmth and perspiration. Once a host is located, a biting fly inserts its piercing mouthparts and injects its saliva with anticoagulants to keep the blood flowing. In sensitive individuals, the flys saliva can cause life-threatening allergic reactions. In addition, some flies can transmit disease ...
Summertime is fast approaching (at least we hope it is) and with the warmer weather comes the onslaught of our favorite fair weather friends, biting flies. These obnoxious insects can wreak havoc on horses and without proper care and management, your horse could become the victim of these annoying little critters. Many types of biting flies can cause skin problems in the horse. They include mosquitoes, gnats, biting midges, sand flies, "no see ums," black flies, horse flies, deer flies, stable flies, and horn flies. There are several ways these flies can cause damage. In some cases the bite itself is the problem. The larger flies can cause an irritating and painful wheal or nodule. Also, many of these flies transmit various viral, bacterial, and fungal diseases. In this case, the horse isnt bothered by the bite. Rather, they develop a problem because of the virus, bacteria, or fungus which has been transmitted via the fly bite. Lastly, the horse can develop a hypersensitivity to the salivary ...
Portal to information on the insect order Diptera (flies and midges) and a forum for researchers on the insect group. The site enables, for example, link submission and identification queries. Registration required for submissions.
In 2 separate experiments the blood-feeding fly Haematobia thirouxi potans (Bezzi) failed to transmit foot and- mouth disease virus when transferred from viraemic (log 2,6 - log 4,3 MLD₅₀ or TCID₅₀/ml) to susceptible cattle. Each experiment involved 2 susceptible and 2 viraemic animals housed in separate stables and 2000 - 4000 flies of which most had fed on viraemic hosts 120 min prior to transfer. Furthermore, only minimal quantities of virus were isolated from free-living flies captured on experimentally infected buffalo (Syncerus caffer) in the acute stages of infection ...
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PYthon® Dust is labeled for use on lactating and non-lactating dairy cattle, beef cattle, sheep, goats and horses with no age restrictions. It is effective in control of horn flies, lice, ticks and keds and aids in control of face flies, stable flies and other nuisance pests. 2 lb. shaker can.
ULD BP-100 Contact Insecticide II fogging concentrate is effective against a broad spectrum of pests affecting livestock including horn flies, house flies, stable flies, gnats and blood sucking lice. Reference the product label for the full list of pests killed or controlled.. ULD BP-100 Product Label. ULD BP-100 SDS. ...
Spanning Steins entire career from her early debt to William James to her final elegy to Susan B. Anthony, Dana Cairns Watsons Gertrude Stein and the Essence of What Happens portrays a writer exhilarated by the potential of language to change the way we think about and relate to one another. Focusing on the importance of interactive conversation to Steins work, here read through the contemporary field of "conversation analysis" (75), Watson argues that Stein was not just an experimental writer but a "utopian" revolutionary who sought through her writing to disrupt habitual and deadening modes of linguistic exchange (1), and in so doing to construct a "new society," a "new language" and a "new idea of personhood" (4). "Stein works to make us less fluent readers" (72), Watson argues, and in the process reconnects us to language, to ourselves, and to each other: "Stein makes her readers wish for the freedom-the initiative [End Page 721] and independence-to feel and be wholly ourselves. She makes ...
Dr. Sarah Knutie is an assistant professor of ecology and evolutionary biology at the University of Connecticut. The overarching theme of her seminar explores how animal hosts defend themselves against parasites, particularly in response to environmental change. First, she will present her research on the effect of the introduced parasitic nest fly Philornis downsi on birds in the Galapagos, how birds defend themselves against P. downsi, and a method ("self-fumigation") she established for controlling the fly in a bird nest. Second, she will describe the role of host-associated gut microbiota in disease ecology of frogs and, in particular, whether early-life microbiota of hosts mediate the effect of environmental factors, such as pollutants, on later-life resistance to infections. ...
Swarms of biting flies are attacking loons in northern Wisconsin this season like never before, causing the birds to abandon their nests in record numbers, according to researchers. The explosion of the black fly population just as the loons began incubating their eggs has caused more than 80 percent of the loons to abandon their nests in Vilas County and more than 70 percent of nests in Oneida County, according to the wildlife scientists who track the tuxedoed birds with the mournful cries.
The bacterial 16S tag-encoded FLX-titanium amplicon pyrosequencing (bTEFAP) method was used to carry out the classification analysis of bacterial flora in adult female and male horn flies and horn fly eggs. The bTEFAP method identified 16S rDNA sequences in our samples which allowed the identification of various prokaryotic taxa associated with the life stage examined. This is the first comprehensive report of bacterial flora associated with the horn fly using a culture-independent method. Several rumen, environmental, symbiotic and pathogenic bacteria associated with the horn fly were identified and quantified. This is the first report of the presence of Wolbachia in horn flies of USA origin and is the first report of the presence of Rikenella in an obligatory blood feeding insect ...
The bacterial 16S tag-encoded FLX-titanium amplicon pyrosequencing (bTEFAP) method was used to carry out the classification analysis of bacterial flora in adult female and male horn flies and horn fly eggs. The bTEFAP method identified 16S rDNA sequences in our samples which allowed the identification of various prokaryotic taxa associated with the life stage examined. This is the first comprehensive report of bacterial flora associated with the horn fly using a culture-independent method. Several rumen, environmental, symbiotic and pathogenic bacteria associated with the horn fly were identified and quantified. This is the first report of the presence of Wolbachia in horn flies of USA origin and is the first report of the presence of Rikenella in an obligatory blood feeding insect ...
All types of flies, including the common house fly and the stable fly, can ruin your ability to relax and enjoy your backyard landscape. Not only are these pests an ugly nuisance, but flies can also carry germs and diseases. You can make simple changes to your garden and modify your landscape to naturally repel flies.
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Venoms from scorpions, spiders, centipedes, ants, wasps, and bees can be very poisonous, or induce serious allergic reactions. Blood sucking mites, ticks, lice, bed bugs, kissing bugs, sand flies, biting midges, black flies, mosquitoes, snipe flies, horse flies, tsetse flies, stable flies, and fleas cause irritation. More seriously, some of them can leave behind pathogens that cause serious diseases. This volume presents the full spectrum of methods necessary for prevention of bites and stings from the worldwide variety of bloodsucking and venomous arthropods. The first step is identification of the problem by identifying the bug, knowing where the bug occurs, and deciding whether or not the problem is seriously connected to health problems. The next step is to build the bugs out of the personal environment of the home and its surrounding property. If those methods do not give complete relief, insecticides can sometimes provide the solution. Barriers like screens and doors can at least help when people
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Target Treatments To The Pests Being ControlledOnce a pest population has been identified and monitored, Beneficial Insects or other Organisms can be introduced to control and suppress the continued growth of that pest population. Biological controls come in the form of beneficial insects, fungi, bacteria and more. Examples of these include Mite Predators for Spider Mites, Bacillus thuringiensis kurstaki for Caterpillars, Fly Eliminators for Stable Flies and Encarsia formosa for Whiteflies. Beneficial insects can be broken down into two main categories: Generalists and Specialists. Generalist Insects (ie. Green Lacewing, Ladybugs, etc.) will predate or parasitize a wide variety of insect species and are preferable if multiple pest species are present. Specialist Insects should be used when targeting a specific pest species and are typically more condition sensitive. Biological controls should be chosen based on their effectiveness at controlling the identified pest in the environmental conditions you
Advantix is a topical treatment that kills fleas and repels ticks, including the deadly paralysis tick, mosquitoes, sandflies and stable flies.. Advantix is an easy-to-use monthly spot-on treatment for fleas, however must be applied fortnightly to control paralysis ticks. With topical application, the active ingredients do not need to be absorbed into the blood, leading to a faster speed of kill.. Advantix contains the active ingredients imidacloprid and permethrin, which work to stop fleas and other pests feeding within 3-5 minutes of application and kills 100% or parasites within 1 hour of infestation. Advantix also provides effective tick control within 48 hours. Unlike Nexgard, Advantix also kills fleas in your dogs surroundings - your home and yard. And because it is water resistant it keeps working even after swimming or shampooing.. Advantix is safe to use on puppies from 7 weeks old, pregnant and lactating bitches. However cats that share households with Advantix-treated dogs need to be ...
Solitude IGR is an effective, safe, simple, and economical feed-through fly prevention that prevents house and stable fly development. Cyromazine, the active ingredient of Solitude...
An acclaimed photographer, Stein has taken thousands of images documenting the early New York City punk music scene, the visual allure of Debbie Harry and Blondie, and his collaborations with artistic luminaries including Andy Warhol and H.R. Giger.[3] Steins photography was published most recently in September 2014 by Rizzoli International in his book, Chris Stein / Negative: Me, Blondie, and the Advent of Punk.[4][5] The book Negative: Me, Blondie and the Advent of Punk was launched with an exhibition at Somerset House in London, which also coincided with the fortieth anniversary of the formation of the band Blondie. Some of the photographs in Negative have also been published in the Debbie Harry, Chris Stein and Victor Bockris co-authored volume Making Tracks: The Rise of Blondie, first published by Elm Tree Books, London (1982). Making Tracks was later reissued by Da Capo Press, New York (1998). Steins photography has also been shown in an exhibition at the Morrison Hotel Gallery, West ...
Dr. Stein is the Senior Vice President and Chief Medical Officer of Cardiac Pacemakers, Inc., the Cardiac Rhythm Management (CRM) division of Boston Scientific Corporation. Dr. Stein is an internationally recognized cardiac electrophysiologist. He has participated in a large number of major clinical trials in cardiac pacing, defibrillation, and radiofrequency catheter ablation of arrhythmias. He serves as a Member of Physician Advisory Board at Healthcentersonline, Inc., and as Associate Director of the Cardiac Electrophysiology Laboratory at the New York Presbyterian Hospital. Dr. Stein has published widely in the areas of cardiac electrophysiology with special interest in cardiac resynchronization therapy, and has authored of over 100 peer-reviewed publications and co-authored chapters in several widely used textbooks. He is a Phi Beta Kappa graduate of Harvard College, and holds an M.D. from New York University School of Medicine. Dr. Stein completed his medical internship and residency at ...
A fly infestation in your home or business is much more than a minor annoyance. Non-biting flies like house flies and fruit flies are known to spread a number of diseases, including salmonella and E. coli. Flies are a common cause of food contamination and food poisoning. When flies infest your property and land on surfaces, they can spread all the bacteria and pathogens they have on their bodies.. Flies infestations can quickly spread throughout a home. Hiring an experienced company that provides fly control services is a homeowners best bet to eliminate the presence of flies and prevent infestations from recurring.. The presence of flies is widely considered unsightly and could harm the reputation of a business. Fly control is especially important for businesses that handle food, including restaurants, food processing facilities, hotels, grocery stores, hospitals, schools, etc.. Contact EnviroCam online or call 023 222 001 / 071 38 7777 2 to speak with a pest expert about your fly-related ...
Peg Tankard - or "Pin" tankards - A stein / tankard usually of wood, silver or pewter with a line of applied small pegs sticking out from the body on the inside. On some wooden Scandinavian steins wood burnt circles inside substitute for the pegs. The expression: "Ill take you down a peg or two!" comes from using this type of vessel." Shown: A Silver "Peg Tankard" from Denmark, late 1600s.[FWTD]. From the book "Drinking Vessels of Bygone days, the author, Mr. G.J Monson-Fitzjohn, has this to say: "About the year A.D. 960 wood tankards were in everyday use in all households, large or small, the early specimens being made with small staves held together by hoops of wattle or hide on a solid wood base, the inside being well lined with pitch. These tankards were fitted with wood handles and lids and were recognized drinking vessels in taverns and inns during the reigns of the last Saxon kings. They were made to hold two quarts of liquor and contents were consumed at such a speed that both the ...
Meet Doctor Mark Stein. Here are his vitals: Hes board certified, specializing in Urology with expertise in several areas. Doctor Stein is a highly experienced doctor, with 24 years of practice in the field Highly regarded by his patients they rate him 3.5 out of 4 stars. They point out the time he spends with them. He has won a number of awards, including Compassionate Doctor Recognition 2011 and Castle Connolly Top Doctors: New York Metro Area™ 2012. Is affiliated with these top rated hospitals. Graduated from top rated Yale University. His average waiting time is 27 minutes. He accepts new patients. There are several languages spoken in the office. He has a number of insurance plans accepted. Use Vitals.com to examine Doctor Mark Stein from Wantagh, New York. See patient comments make an appointment or even let us help you to prepare for your visit. Vitals .com where doctors are examined.. ...
TY - JOUR. T1 - Stein and Leventhal. T2 - 80 years on. AU - Azziz, Ricardo. AU - Adashi, Eli Y.. PY - 2016/2/1. Y1 - 2016/2/1. N2 - Eighty years ago a publication in the Journal proved to be seminal and transformative. The report by Irving Freiler Stein and Michael Leventhal titled, "Amenorrhea associated with polycystic ovaries," has proven to be a remarkably lasting and influential publication. The growth in related literature has been increasing exponentially: the 50 years between 1950 and 2000 saw a little more than 8000 publications on the topic, whereas the 15 year period between 2001 and 2015 (so far) has seen more than 20,000 related publications, a greater than 8-fold increase in the publication rate after 2000. As we commemorate the 80th anniversary year of the publication of the report by Stein and Leventhal, it is important to ask ourselves, "Was this publication truly as seminal as it is generally assumed to be? And why did it gain such a strong foothold on the medical psyche?" To ...
but on a serious note, Im willing to accept that we Steinfolk are victims of strange brain games. I distinctly remember -stein. I answered the question with complete confidence. One of my best friends had a giant collection of "those bears", books, stuffed animals, etc. Also remembers -stein. More blown away than me. Actually gets creeped out when/if I bring it up. Lots and lots of other people are equally convinced they remember it as -stein. Im still willing to cede that faulty memories and mind tricks are the most logical explanation ...
Wells and Caitlin stakeout the Stein house hoping Ronnie/Stein will return to the house. Wells is determined to bring Ronnie and Stein both home. Linda goes to meet Barry at his house. Instead of going out on their date they makeout. Barry is worried about moving too fast but Linda doesnt want to go slow. The date is once again interrupted and Barry rushes out to deal with Stein. The Flash confronts Stein and he ignites into flames trying to kill the Flash. As Stein goes to torch the Flash, Caitlin stops him reasoning with Ronnie and he takes off ...
Overview: To help celebrate the fourth centenary of the birth of St. John of the Cross in 1542, Edith Stein received the task of preparing a study of his writings. She uses her skill as a philosopher to enter into an illuminating reflection on the difference between the two symbols of cross and night. Pointing out how entering the night is synonymous with carrying the cross, she provides a condensed presentation of Johns thought on the active and passive nights, as discussed in The Ascent of Mount Carmel and The Dark Night. All of this leads Edith to speak of the glory of resurrection that the soul shares, through a unitive contemplation described chiefly in The Living Flame of Love. In the summer of 1942, the Nazis without warrant took Edith away. The nuns found the manuscript of this profound study lying open in her room. Because of the Nazis merciless persecution of Jews in Germany, Edith Stein traveled discreetly across the border into Holland to find safe harbor in the Carmel of Echt. But ...
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Rob Stein is a correspondent and senior editor on NPR's science desk. An award-winning science journalist with more than 25 years of experience, Stein
Article Rolf Stein featured in LAWR - Technology innovator speaks at Energy from Waste Expo. Advanced Plasma Power’s chief executive Rolf Stein shares his thoughts ahead of Sustainability Live’s new event. Nick Warburton reports: I under...
Rob Stein is a correspondent and senior editor on NPR's science desk. An award-winning science journalist with more than 25 years of experience, Stein
Rob Stein is a correspondent and senior editor on NPR's science desk. An award-winning science journalist with more than 25 years of experience, Stein
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It is called in German: er hat alles bezahlt, zurückzahlen, After last weeks last minute negotiations with the EU over the terms and costs of the Brexit divorce, British Prime Minister Theresa May, or Theresa the Appeaser as she is now called in London, has unlike the wartime hero Winston Churchill-thrown in the towel and capitulated to the EU onslaught. Top German MEP Hans-Olaf Henkel, himself a former head of the Federation of German Industries (BDI), said he believes that Berlin - like Michel Barnier and Guy Verhofstadt wanted "unconditional surrender" from Britain on everything from the ECJ to the divorce bill (over $50 billion). Indeed, there is sufficient reason to believe that Angela Merkels overly dominant Germany is the real reason for the demise of the critical and long-lasting transatlantic alliance and the fallout over the UK Brexit. German culture, as evidenced in the recent election, is an odd combination of pride and penance. Germans cannot resolve their deep inner conflict, ...
Wait…what? I say something nice about scientists, somewhere in the vault of his cranium wheels are turning and Stein is fantasizing about Nazis poisoning people, and this is my fault? Its projection taken to an extreme.. I cannot blame Stein, however; he may be a stupid, illogical man with a serious derangement disorder, but I have a confession to make. I do the same thing. Not Nazis, specifically, but there is some evil imagery that does a slow dance in my brain now and then.. When I see those Visine commercials and hear Stein droning about "get the red out," I picture Ben Stein sliding a cold razor across the eyes of a screaming victim, and then urinating in their face to wash the blood away. I cant help it. Its a natural connection to make, obviously.. Then there are those Alaskan sea food commercials. They are especially sinister. When he says, "Grab a fork, and eat all you want. Theres a lot more out there," I picture the bodies of Steins victims sinking in the cold dark, pale and ...
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