dale webb dwebb at unlinfo.unl.edu
Fri Nov 19 16:57:45 EST 1993

jzero at uxa.cso.uiuc.edu (M.J. Sulis) writes:
>Hi, I'm interested in information on the relevance of the fly family
>hippoboscidae to humans and animals, especially as a parasite.

>If anyone knows anything on the topic, or can direct me to an
>appropriate source, I'd really appreciate it.

An older but useful textbook at least about hippoboscids of veterinary 
importance is "Helminths, Arthropods, and Protozoa of Domestic Animals" by 
EJL Soulsby.  Most large libraries should have it, especially medical or 
veterinary libraries.
Dale M. Webb, Vet. Pathologist   *  97% of the body is water.  The
Veterinary Diagnostic Center     *  rest keeps you from drowning.
University of Nebraska, Lincoln  *

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