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Contributions to the biological control of genital myiasis in sheep using the hyperparasite Nasonia vitripennis I

, : Contributions to the biological control of genital myiasis in sheep using the hyperparasite Nasonia vitripennis I. Revista de Cresterea Animalelor 36(4): 58-61

Observations on parasitism by the pupal parasite Nasonia vitripennis on Wohlfahrtia magnifica, Phaenicia sericata Calliphora vomitoria and Musca domestica, whose larvae cause genital myiasis in sheep in Romania, are given.

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