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The epizootiology of livestock and poultry diseases associated with black flies

, : The epizootiology of livestock and poultry diseases associated with black flies. Black flies Ecology, population management, and annotated world list: 387-395

This chapter briefly expands and comments upon previous reviews and discusses pertinent ecological and epizootiological facets of the major simuliid-transmitted diseases of livestock and poultry. Preventive and control measures and suggested areas requiring research are also mentioned where appropriate. First, the role of certain simuliid species as nuisance pests or as causes of severe morbidity or mortality to livestock is discussed.

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