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Susceptibility of engorged adults of the cattle tick boophilus microplus canestrini to acaricides

Susceptibility of engorged adults of the cattle tick boophilus microplus canestrini to acaricides

Insect Science and its Application 1(4): 377-378

DOI: 10.1017/s1742758400000709

The relative efficacy of 25 acaricides, applied topically to the engorged adults of B. microplus, was in the following order: chlorfenvinphos > tetrachlorvinphos > dimethoate > chlorpyrifos > fenitrothion > dicrotophos (LC50 = 0.000897-0.00244%) > naled > propoxur > crotoxyphos > pirimiphos ethyl > coumaphos > dioxathion (LC50 = 0.00425-0.00534%) > trichlorphon > lindane > carbaryl > allyxycarb > diazinon (LC50 = 0.00737-0.0149%) > promecarb > ethion > chlorpyriphos methyl > chlormebuform (LC50 = 0.021-0.0593%) > clenpyrin > chlordimeform > pirimiphos methyl > phosphamidon (LC50 = 0.1566-0.275%). The order of toxicity is different from their relative efficacy against the larvae of the same population of the tick. Applied implications of the results are discussed.

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