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Title Biocontrol of arthropods affecting livestock and poultry / Donald A. Rutz
Edition 1st
Published Boca Raton : CRC Press, 2020
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Summary The adverse affects of pesticides and other toxic deterrents on the environment and human health are causing researchers to investigate biological methods for controlling arthropods - flies and mites - which negatively affect livestock and poultry. In this volume, scientists from ten countries examine the use of predators, competitors and pathogens as biological control agents for these pests. The range of topics discussed includes biocontrol as a component of integrated pest management systems in feedlots, pastures and confined animal housing, as well as the interactions of pesticides and biocontrol agents, population modelling and the potential for biocontrol in livestock and poultry pest management. The book is intended for scholars, policymakers and professionals working in veterinary and medical entomology, biological control and integrated pest management
Notes <P>1 Status of Biological Control for Livestock Pests, 2 Host-Parasite Relationship of <I>Dirhinus pachycerus </I>Masi (Hymenoptera: Chalcididae), with Particular Reference to Its House Fly Control Potential, 3 Biological Control of Filth Flies in Confmed Cattle Feedlots Using Pteromalid Parasites, 4 Biological Control as a Component of Poultry Integrated Pest Management, 5 Survey of House Fly Pupal Parasitoids on Dairy Farms in Maryland and New York, 6 Efficiency of Target Formulations of Pesticides Plus Augmentative Releases of <I>Spalangia endius </I>Walker (Hymenoptera: Pteromalidae) to Suppress Populations of <I>Musca domestica </I>L. (Diptera: Muscidae) at Poultry Installations in the Southeastern United States, 7 Native Biocontrol Agents as a Component of Integrated Pest Management for Confined Livestock 8 Puparial Factors in Host Location by <I>Spalangia endius </I>(Walker) (Hymenoptera: Pteromalidae), 9 Biological Control of Muscoid Flies in Easter Island, 10 Filth Flies and Their Potential Natural Enemies in Poultry Production Systems in the Philippines, 11 Biological Control of Dung-breeding Flies: Pests of Pastured Cattle in the United States, 12 The Effect of Feeding System on the Dipterous Flies and Predaceous Mites Inhabiting Dung of Farm Animals, 13 <I>Hydrotaea </I>( <I>Ophyra) </I>Species as Potential Biocontrol Agents Against <I>Musca domestica </I>(Diptera) in Hungary, 14 Coleopteran and Acarine Predators of House Fly lmmatures in Poultry Production Systems, 15 Mass Production of the Predaceous Mite, <I>Macrocheles</I> <I>muscaedomesticae </I>(Scopoli) (Acarina: Macrochelidae), a Predator of the House Fly, 16 The Effect of <I>Bacillus thuringiensis var. thuringiensis </I>on <I>Musca domestica </I>L. Larvae Resistant to Insecticides,17 <I>Entomophthora muscae </I>(Entomophthorales: Entomophthoraceae) as a Pathogen of Filth Flies, 18 Susceptibility of Muscoid Fly Parasitoids to Insecticides Used in Dairy Facilities 19 Computer Simulation Modeling of Fly Management, 20 Potential of Biocontrol for Livestock and Poultry Pests.</P>
Previously issued in print: Boulder: Westview Press, 1990
Donald A. Rutz
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Subject Arthropod pests -- Biological control.
Veterinary entomology.
Arthropod pests -- Biological control.
SCIENCE / Life Sciences / General
Veterinary entomology.
Form Electronic book
Author Patterson, Richard S., editor.
Rutz, D. A., editor.
ISBN 0429043333
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