Scientific Works Series C. Veterinary Medicine

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NFESTATION PATTERN OF CATTLE GADFLY FLIES IN TOMPASO MINAHASA

Published in Scientific Works. Series C. Veterinary Medicine, Vol. LXVII, Issue 2
Written by Geertruida ASSA, Sianne RIMBING, Conny PALAR, Ben TAKAENDENGAN

The diversity and abundance of flies (FA) that infest cattle by geography in the central area of livestock rearing can be identified after the fly is caught. The purpose of the study was to find out how much diversity and abundance of some types of skin defect-causing flies were maintained at the location based on differences in temperature and humidity levels in the Tompaso Minahasa area of North Sulawesi. Catching flies is carried out in the morning in which the catch is collected to be identified and analysed its diversity and abundance. The results of identification and analysis showed that the average FA values at various humidity levels showed still in the moderate category namely: 56.1 to 60.7, with the largest abundance being 132.03 ± 7.78, on the other hand at high humidity of 60.8 to 65.4. The FA's average diversity at various temperatures shows that at low temperature levels (26.3-28.6 C) has the largest value of 127.40 ± 5.76, on the other hand at medium temperatures ranging from 28.7 to 30.8 C has an FA value of 115,83 ± 3.96.

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