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Animal Ectoparasites & Disease Vectors Fleas Ticks/Mites Lice Biting Flies
Biting Flies - Life Cycle
Biting Flies - Habitat Unsanitary areas! feces, garbage, filth, etc.
Mosquitos - Life Cycle
Mosquitos - Habitat
Flies: Animals Affected Cattle Horses Sheep/Goats Dogs/cats People
Flies: Injury Invasive Myiasis Nuisance Weight loss Reduced weight gain Scratching Hair loss Lethargy Infection
Direct Injury - Myiasis Myiasis
Flies: Injury Blood Loss/anemia Hide Damage Cattle grub/cysts- on back & sides Disease Encephalitis: WNV, JEE (horses) Bot fly (sheep/goat nostrils)
Lice: Biology Live on the animal Collect with skin scrapings More common in autumn & winter Chewing & sucking Spread by direct contact Affect: Poultry Cattle Sheep/goats
Lice - Life Cycle Nymph Stages Adult
Lice: Injury Nuisance Weight loss Reduced weight gain Reduced milk production Scratching Lesions Hair loss Lethargy Infection
Ticks and Mites
Tick/Mite Biology Hard & Soft Ticks Soft ticks tend to remain in bedding/stable/den Hard ticks fall off into vegetation & quest for next host
Ticks and Mites - Life Cycle
Ticks/Mites - Injury Mange Caused by mites Feed on skin surface & burrow under skin Nodules form in tunnels Causes intense itching
Ticks/Mites - Injury Nuisance Infection Blood Loss/anemia Disease: Babesiosis Q fever Tick paralysis Tularemia Tick borne fever
Ticks and Mites - Habitat Underbrush, tall grass, pathways, resting places, dens
Fleas - Biology Live on the host or in burrow/den Pupae can remain dormant until host detected Sticktight fleas remain attached for long periods of time Affects: All mammals & poultry (sticktight fleas)
Fleas - Life Cycle
Fleas - Habitat Burrows, nesting, and bedding down areas
Fleas - Injury Nuisance Dermatitis Anemia Disease: Plague Tularemia Typhus
Prevention Sanitation Open range vs feedlot Breeding areas: dirty, damp, feces/manure Eliminate brushy areas/animal burrows Eliminate Standing Water (mosquitoes) Avoid overcrowding Maintain healthy animals
Control Insecticide application: Rubs Ear tags Sprays Livestock Residual barrier Timing of application Retreatment may be needed when eggs hatch Fly traps
External Parasites of Livestock Ms.Beasley. External Parasites Parasite: an organism living at the expense of another organism or host. Host: Animal which.
External Parasites. Several invade all types of small and large animals They live in hair coat, on skin, or within ear canals Fleas Ticks Lice Mosquitoes.
Objectives: 1.To learn the different stages, types and classes of parasites 2.To learn the host(s) of each, their life cycle, damage and symptoms 3.To.
Parasites 11. What is a Parasite? Parasite is an organism that lives within or upon a different host species and may cause harm to the host.
Fleas Commonly found Dogs Cats Blood-suckers Vectors Flea tapeworm Cause Annoyance Anemia.
External Parasites Biting insects that suck blood Vectors of encephalomyelitis ____ _____ hatches into maggots which feed on dead tissue Flies Lifecycle.
Unit 6: Insect Pest Management for Livestock. Unit 6 Objectives: Introduce pest management options for livestock Discuss various strategies Identify various.
What are they? External parasites are organisms that live on another organism (cattle) called its host. Parasites benefit by deriving nutrients at the.
Parasites PEER Program College of Veterinary Medicine and Biomedical Sciences Texas A&M University.
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ECTOPARASITES Presentation on ECTOPARASITES. Introduction What is an ectoparasite? Why is the control of ectoparasites so important? Where should we seek.
Parasites Texas A&M University. What is a Parasite? Organism that lives within or upon a different host species and may cause harm to the host.
Fleas and Ticks Chapter 11 Section II – General Pest Control Basics of the Pest Bear & Affiliates Service Personnel Development Program 2005 Copyright.
Fleas & Ticks Evolution Study Guide Developed and Distributed by Central Fla Duplicating, Inc. For Service Business Solutions Leesburg, FL.
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Livestock Parasitology Animal Science. TERMINOLOGY Parasitology – branch of biological science that deals with the study of parasites. Epidemiology –
Cat Warble. Cattle Grub Fleas Coccidia Demodectic mite.
Parasites. Blowfly Blowfly Maggot Cat Warble.
Parasitic Diseases 4-H Veterinary Science Extension Veterinary Medicine Texas AgriLife Extension Service College of Veterinary Medicine and Biomedical.
Fleas Are One Itchy Problem, but Slug-A-Bug Can Help PUT A FLEA INFESTATION ON THE FLEE WITH SLUG-A-BUGFLEA INFESTATION.
Veterinarian Assistant PowerPoint #3 Parasite Identification.
LICE AND FLEAS FEEDING MECHANISMS OF LICE (1) SUCKING LICE: prestomum oesophagus stylets head of louse dermis with capillary loops prestomal teeth grip.
Lice General information VMP 920 Infection & Immunity II Veterinary Parasitology.
Parasites of Dogs and Cats Part 2: Arthropods and Protozoa.
Hard Ticks General information VMP 920 Infection & Immunity II Veterinary Parasitology.
Cattle Lice. Lice Lice populations build up on cattle in the winter months, and are mainly a problem from November through March. Lice are not a problem.
Internal Parasites of Livestock. Internal Parasites: live within the internal organs of livestock ◦ They are not visible ◦ Effects on the host may be.
Internal Parasites. An internal parasite lives at least part of its life cycle inside the host. There are more than 150 types of internal parasites that.
Fleas, Lice, Bedbug Biology and Control. Prevent Disease, Disability and Premature Death Relate the biology of fleas, lice, and bedbugs to appropriate.
Veterinary Science CDE Parasite Identification Resource Material.
Parasites. Symbiotic Relationships Symbiosis- animals of different species that live in close association with each other Symbiosis- animals of different.
Introduction to the Immune System Agriculture Biology.
Hosted By The 1A Park Rangers Lyme diseaseFacts about mosquitoes Facts about WNV Misc
Zoonoses Protecting yourself and your family from animal diseases and infections.
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Introduction to the Immune System Honors Agriculture Biology.
Model Agricultural Core Curriculum: Supplement University of California, Davis 275.T 1 Pathogenic Classification & Life Cycles of Common Parasites Lifecycle.
Animal Diseases & Health. Disease: not be at ease, uncomfortable due to a variety of causes such as – nutritional defects, virus, bacteria, protozoa,
External Parasites of Dogs, Cats, and Large Animals.
Livestock Health. Infectious Disease Spread from one animal to another Contagious Caused by bacteria, virus, protozoan, etc.
Scabies This is caused by mites of the Sarcoptes family Each mammalian species has its own species of mite, but these mites may reside temporally.
Quick Reference Tick Guide. A tick is not just a tick. It’s important to be able to tell the types of ticks apart because each species can transmit different,
Biosecurity Routes of Disease Transmission. Disease Transmission ●Spread of disease – Animal to animal – Environment – Human to animal – Animal to human.
Controlling Diseases and Parasites. Next Generation Science / Common Core Standards Addressed! CCSS.ELA-Literacy.RH Integrate information from.
Exotic Ticks Amblyomma variegatum Amblyomma hebraeum Rhipicephalus microplus Rhipicephalus annulatus Rhipicephalus appendiculatus Ixodes ricinus.
HEAD LICE WHAT PARENTS NEED TO KNOW. According to the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) They Do Not Cause Disease. They are Just a Nuisance! HEAD LICE.
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