Fly control on beef cattle for 1983
"Flies that attack beef cattle are of two general groups--non-biting, those with sponging mouth parts, and biting, those with piercing-sucking mouth parts. Non-biting includes face flies and house flies. Biting includes horn flies, stable flies, horse flies, and many species of small gnats."--First page.
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