Parasitology Final

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Parasitology Final
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2012-05-06 15:33:54
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  1. Coleoptera
    • Beatles
    • Complete metamorphosis
    • Outer wings come together in a straight line
    • Blister beetle is pathogenic to horses, released cantharidin
  2. Hemiptera
    • True bugs, including kissing bug and bed bug
    • Incomplete metamorphosis
    • V-shaped wing
  3. Dictyoptera
    • Cockroaches
    • Incomplete metamorphosis
    • Chewing mouthparts
    • Mechanical vector
  4. Hymenoptera
    Bees, ants, wasps
  5. Lepidoptera
    • Butterflies and moths
    • Complete metamorphosis
    • Setae - antigenic spines on caterpillar
  6. Diptera
    • Flies, mosquitoes, sand flies
    • Complete metamorphosis
    • Halteres - stabalizing second pair of wings
  7. Culicidae
    • Mosquitos
    • Piercing-sucking mouthparts
    • Transmits malaria, filarial nematodes, arboviruses
  8. Simuliidae
    • Black flies
    • Cutting-lapping mouthparts
    • Transmits leucocytozoon, onchocerca volvulus
  9. Psychodidae
    • Sand flies
    • Hairy
    • Transmits leishmania
  10. Tabanidae
    • Horse and Deer flies
    • Cutting-lapping mouth parts
    • Very large compound eyes
    • Mechanical vector, transmits tularemia, anthrax, trypanosomes, loa loa
  11. Hippoboscidae
    • Sheep keds
    • Wingless
    • Transmits trypanosomes, haemoproteus (malaria like)
  12. Musca domestica
    • House fly
    • Sponging mouth parts
    • Trasmits draschia, habronema
  13. Musca autumnalis
    • Face Fly
    • Sponging mouth parts
    • Pinkeye
  14. Stomoxys calcitrans
    • Stable fly
    • Bayonet mouth parts
    • Mechanical vecotr
  15. Haematobia irritans
    • Horn fly
    • Smaller bayonet mouth parts
    • No transmissions
  16. Calliphoridae
    • Blue bottle flies (blow flies)
    • Sponging mouth parts
    • Surface (maggot)
    • Facultative myiasis
  17. Sarcophagidae
    • Flesh fly
    • Mix of obligatory and facultative myiasis
  18. Oestridae (Oestrus ovis)
    • Sheep nasal bot
    • Internal obligatory myiasis
    • Zoonotic
  19. Hypodernatidae (Hypoderma sp.)
    • Warbles, cattle grub
    • Larvae hatch on rear end, migrate to back
  20. Gasterophilidae (Gasterophilus sp)
    Horse stomach bot
  21. Cuterebridae (Cuterebra)
    Rabbit or rodent bots
  22. Dermatobia hominis
    • Human botfly
    • Fly doesn't interact with humans, lays eggs on ticks, mosquitoes etc.

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