|Publication Type:||Journal Article|
|Year of Publication:||1997|
|Authors:||S. Rehbein, Visser M.|
|Journal:||Wiener Tierärztliche Monatsschrift|
|Pagination:||109 - 113|
|Keywords:||Bovicola, cervidae, deer, Hypoderma, insects, Lipoptena, longicornis, parasite, Solenopotes|
The hides and the heads of eight red deer carves from a red deer farm in Bavaria, Germany, were examined for the presence of parasitic arthropods in March, 1995. Sucking lice, Solenopotes burmeisteri, were recorded in all calves, biting lice, Bovicola longicornis, in five carves, keds, Lipoptena cervi, in three calves, and warble fly larvae Hypoderma diana, in one calf. The intensity of infestation was low for all species.