10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «CHICKEN LOUSE»
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Service and Regulatory Announcements
Labeling mixture of Paris green, plaster of Paris, sand, and calcium carbonate
195 4. Active and inert ingredients of a chicken-louse powder composed of
naphthalene,, tobacco dust, partially air-slaked dolomiticlime, and a ferruginous
United States. Insecticide and Fungicide Board, 1914
Medical and Veterinary Entomology
... Cuclotogaster heterographus Domestic fowl Fluff louse, Goniocotes gallinae
Domestic fowl Brown chicken louse, Goniodes dissimilis Chicken Large chicken
louse,Goniodesgigas Domestic fowl Wing louse, Lipeurus caponis Domestic fowl
Gary R. Mullen, Lance A. Durden, 2009
Thesaurus of Agricultural Organisms
... (E) see Echidnophaga gallinacea chicken fluff louse (E) see Goniocotes
gallinae chicken grape (E) see Vitis vulpina chicken head louse (E) see
Cuclotogaster heterographus chicken louse, brown (E) see Goniodes dissimilis
chicken louse, ...
Derwent Publications, 1990
Ninety-nine Gnats, Nits, and Nibblers
Even in winter all stages of the chicken louse can be found on infested chickens.
The adults are approximately a tenth of an inch in length. They're totally wingless
and are conspicuously flattened from back to front, the better to slip in and out ...
The large chicken louse (Goniocofes gigax Tasch.) is less abundant than the fluff
louse. When present, it is easily recognized by its very large size and striking
appearance. It is nearly an eighth of an inch in length and very broad in
Trouble in Bugland: A Collection of Inspector Mantis Mysteries
The figure turned, checking to make sure he was alone, and Hopper saw, not
Gallgnat, but the even more unpleasant face of a hair-chewing chicken-louse.
The accomplice, thought Hopper. Come to pick up another coded message,
which lies ...
American Insects: A Handbook of the Insects of America North ...
G. dissimilis Denny (Brown Chicken Louse). [Haffneria Timmerman (1 sp., H.
grandis (Piaget)); Halipeurus Thompson (14 spp.); Harrisoniella Bedford (3 spp.),
- Ibidoecus Cummings (6 spp.); Incidifrons Ewing (5 spp.); Lagopoecus
Ross H. Arnett, Jr., 2000
The two very common parasites, the chicken mite and the chicken louse, are
responsible for a very large part of the loss suffered annually by poultry raisers,
yet they may be dealt with effectively. The symptoms for these two pests are much
Economic Entomology: Pamphlets
For example, a chicken louse may infest a horse, but cannot live, grow and
multiply on this animal. In other words, each species of animal has its particular
species of lice. The female louse lays her eggs and carefully cements each one
to a ...
THE LESSER CHICKEN LOUSE (Fig. 100) (Goniocotes hologaster Nitzsch) The
lesser chicken louse, which is usually present in small numbers on hens, is found
on the back and the rump particularly, although it may be seen on almost any ...