High diversity and rapid diversification in the head louse, Pediculus
humanus (Pediculidae: Phthiraptera).
1 The three major lice that infest humans are Pediculus
humanus capitis (head lice), Phthirus pubis (crab lice) and Pediculus
humanus corporis (body lice).
Permethrin 1% creme rinse for the treatment of Pediculus
humanus var capitis infestation.
Actividad fumigante de aceites esenciales de Schinus molle (Anacardiaceae) y Tagetes terniflora (Asteraceae) sobre adultos de Pediculus
humanus capitis (Insecta; Anoplura; Pediculidae).
Further systematic epidemiological studies are required to increase understanding of Pediculus
capitis, infestation and methods of control and treatment.
Molecular Evolution of Pediculus
humanus and the Origin of Clothing.
capitis can be an enormous pest to parents, schools, and physicians alike.
Infestation with the head louse, Pediculus
humanus capitis, occurs worldwide and can be considered the most common parasitic infestation of children (Pilger et al.
Additional cases not tabulated by Durden (1990) include: Calandruccio (1890): both subspecies of Pediculus
minuta essential oil against head lice Pediculus
humanus capitis (Phthiraptera: Pediculidae) was evaluated denoting toxicity of the essential oil (27).
78%) were Pediculus
humanus (collected from humans); 34 specimens (1.
Large Cladocera taxa such as Daphnia and Pediculus
polyphemus require water bodies with high transparency, low chlorophyll a concentrations, low fish density, and high macroinvertebrate density (Gliwicz & Pijanowska, 1986; Lampert, 1987; Irvine et al.
Smith 1857 AMAR Amphora pediculus
(Kutzing) AMPE Grunow in Schmidt et al.
el cual podria ser utilizado como pediculicida, ya que muestra actividad fumigante sobre Pediculus
humanas capitis, evaluada por porcentaje de volteo y el tiempo de exposicion .
Pediculosis is an ectoparasitic infestation caused by Pediculus
capitis (head lice), which is inhabitant of the scalp and hair of humans and causes severe itching to the host.