+ Site Statistics
+ Search Articles
+ PDF Full Text Service
How our service works
Request PDF Full Text
+ Follow Us
Follow on Facebook
Follow on Twitter
Follow on LinkedIn
+ Subscribe to Site Feeds
Most Shared
PDF Full Text
+ Translate
+ Recently Requested

Incidence and etiology of cutaneous myiasis in domestic animals in Trichur



Incidence and etiology of cutaneous myiasis in domestic animals in Trichur



Kerala Journal of Veterinary Sciencerecd 1982; 11(1): 80-84



A study was carried out on the incidence of cutaneous myiasis in domestic animals in Kerala, India, between June 1977 and May 1978. Of the 155 cases observed, 145 were due to infestation by larvae of Chrysomya bezziana Villen. 7 to C. megacephala (F.), 1 to C. rufifacies (Macq.) and 2 to Lucilia cuprina (Wied.). There was no host or site specificity for the various fly species. The maximum incidence of larvae was observed between January and March.

Please choose payment method:






(PDF emailed within 1 workday: $29.90)

Accession: 000908005

Download citation: RISBibTeXText


Related references

Incidence and etiology of cutaneous Myiasis in domestic animals at Hissar. Indian Veterinary Journal 61(11): 918-921, 1984

Incidence of myiasis in domestic animals in Bangalore. Intas Polivet 6(2): 353-356, 2005

Aetiological and clinical findings of cutaneous myiasis in domestic animals in Iraq. Iraqi Journal of Veterinary Sciences 11(1): 31-44, 1998

Studies on the clinical efficacy of ivermectin against cutaneous myiasis in domestic animals. Indian Veterinary Journal 72(3): 277-280, 1995

A study on the incidence of myiasis in domestic animals of tamil nadu india. Cheiron 16(4): 175-178, 1987

Wild animals as reservoirs of myiasis-producing flies in man and domestic animals in Africa. Zoologica Africana, 1: 259, 1965

Myiasis in domestic Animals. Allevamenti. Palermo, January 15th. 2: 1, 18, 1921

Myiasis in domestic animals in Israel. Dtw. Deutsche Tierarztliche Wochenschrift 80(6): 137-139, 1973

Myiasis of humans and domestic animals. Advances in Parasitology 35: 257-334, 1995

An overview of myiasis in domestic animals of India. Veterinary Practitioner: 2, 97-101, 2008

Myiasis in Domestic Animals due to Cordylobia anthropophaga. J. S. Afr. vet. med. Ass 6: 56-57, 1935

The occurrence of myiasis in domestic animals in Israel. Deutsche Tieraerztliche Wochenschrift 80(6): 137-139, 1973

A new prophylaxis for wound myiasis in domestic animals. Jour Econ Ent 32(3): 404-407, 1939