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louse and mite infestation in domestic animals in northern nigeria.records of domestic animals brought to the veterinary entomology laboratory for diagnosis of suspected lice and mite infestation over a 10 year period were analysed. from a total of 794 suspected cases, 137 (17.3%) and 247 (31.1%) were positive for lice and mange mites respectively. the most common lice species recorded were linognathus vituli (66.7%) on cattle, l. ovillus (83.3%) on sheep, haematopinus suis (100%) on pigs and menacanthus stramineus (54.5%) on poultry. other lice species recorde ...19921305335
biting and bloodsucking lice of dogs-treatment by means of a neem seed extract (mitestop®, wash away dog).dogs infested with lice belonging either to the group of mallophaga (hairlings, i.e., trichodectes canis) or anoplura (bloodsucking lice, e.g., linognathus setosus) were washed with the neem seed preparations mitestop® or wash away dog. it was found that a single treatment with one of these products killed both motile stages and those developing inside eggs (nits) being glued at the hair. in both cases the product had been left for 20 min onto the hair before it was washed away just with normal ...201121881947
pediculosis (linognathus setosus) in a dog. 19817290062
clinical efficacy of selamectin in the treatment of naturally acquired infection of sucking lice (linognathus setosus) in dogs.a clinical study was performed in 21 dogs to evaluate the efficacy of selamectin for the treatment of naturally acquired infection of sucking lice (linognathus setosus [l.setosus]) in dogs. each dog was randomly assigned to one of two treatment groups. one group was treated with selamectin applied topically at a mean dosage of 7.9 mg/kg. the other group was treated with permethrin applied topically at a mean dosage of 85.7 mg/kg. at day 42 posttreatment, all animals remaining in the study (10 tr ...200516267063
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