Mallophaga

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Stop the reinfestation cycle - by working so quickly, the products prevent reinfestation by fleas, ticks and chewing lice
Despite this, captive birds of prey normally harbor small numbers of chewing lice that may increase in number when hosts are unable to preen themselves (Deem 1999, Morishita et al.
Two new records of chewing lice (Phthiraptera: Ischnocera: Philopteridae) on Leptotila megalura (Aves: Columbidae) from Argentina
Coblentz said Damalinia (subgenus Cervicola) is a member of a family of chewing lice that originated in Africa or Asia and is found on deer and antelope there.
We show that these different estimates for the age of the zone result in dramatically different estimates of dispersal distance for the taxa that meet at this zone (two subspecies of pocket gophers and two species of chewing lice that parasitize the gophers).
Most of the remaining 5,000 insect species are classified in other orders consisting of silverfish, springtails, mayflies, dragonflies, stoneflies, grasshoppers, earwigs, termites, chewing lice, sucking lice, thrips, leafhoppers, lacewings, scorpionflies, caddisflies and fleas.
Both products also kill chewing lice and mites that may cause sarcoptic mange in dogs.