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Although usually treated as unified subject in many respects the two components of what is broadly described as 'medical and veterinary is usual the term entomology is entomology' are clearly distinct As used loosely here to refer to both insects and arachnids In medical entomology blood feeding Diptera are of paramount importance primarily as vectors of pathogenic disease Most existing textbooks reflect this bias However in veterinary entomology ectoparasites such as the mites fleas or dipteran agents of myiasis assume far greater prominence and the most important effects of their parasitic activity may be mechanical damage pruritus blood loss myiasis hypersensitivity and dermatitis in addition to vector borne pathogenic disease Ectoparasite infestation of domestic and companion animals therefore has clinical conseuences necessitating a distinct approach to diagnosis and control The aim of this book is to introduce the behaviour ecology pathology and control of arthropod ectoparasites of domestic animals to students and practitioners of veterinary medicine animal husbandry and applied biology Since the book is directed primarily at the non entomologist some simplification of a number of theinvolved entomological issues has been deemed necessary to improve the book's logical structure and comprehensibility and keep its length within limits A reading list is presented at the end of each chapter to act as a stepping stone into the specialist literature

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Veterinary Entomology Arthropod Ectoparasites of Veterinary ImportanceAlthough usually treated as unified subject in many respects the two components of what is broadly described as 'medical and veterinary is usual the term entomology is entomology' are clearly distinct As used loosely here to refer to both insects and arachnids In medical entomology blood feeding Diptera are of paramount importance primarily as vectors of pathogenic disease Most existing textbooks reflect this bias However in veterinary entomology ectoparasites such as the mites fleas or dipteran agents of myiasis assume far greater prominence and the most important effects of their parasitic activity may be mechanical damage pruritus blood loss myiasis hypersensitivity and dermatitis in addition to vector borne pathogenic disease Ectoparasite infestation of domestic and companion animals therefore has clinical conseuences necessitating a distinct approach to diagnosis and control The aim of this book is to introduce the behaviour ecology pathology and control of arthropod ectoparasites of domestic animals to students and practitioners of veterinary medicine animal husbandry and applied biology Since the book is directed primarily at the non entomologist some simplification of a number of theinvolved entomological issues has been deemed necessary to improve the book's logical structure and comprehensibility and keep its length within limits A reading list is presented at the end of each chapter to act as a stepping stone into the specialist literature