1. The scientific name for the little blue cattle louse is:
2. What percentage of adults in the cattle biting louse are male?
Less than 5%
3. The scientific name for the longnosed cattle louse is:
4. Which of thes
1. Possible food for mosquito larvae could be.
2. Which region is richer in hippoboscids than any other?
3. Ocular myiasis referes to fly larvae in:
The eye tissues
4. The female mosquito prefers to land on which body parts of
Moths and Color Preference
Department of Entomology, Texas A&M University College Station
In this project, you will learn a theory about why that is, and investigate whether or not moths are equally
attracted to different-co
With increased ecotourism and constant military campaigns in Iraq and Afghanistan,
leishmaniasis, a parasitic infection, is showing up more in the U.S. This is spread by sandflies of
the genus Phlebotomus and Lutzomyia. At least 93 sand fly species are pr
I have always been very interested in sciences and for my future career I hope on doing
something that not only involves science but also involves people. I realize entomology isnt
exactly people, but I find forensics and medicine fascinating and am looki
NAME _Sarah Finley_
ENTO 209: Lab Exam 1 Review
Topics covered on this exam:
o Arthropod classes
o External/internal anatomy
o Insect orders
o Know the difference between a phylum, subphylum, class, subclass, order, and
suborder and be abl
Entomology has allowed me to understand more about the medical connections between
human and animal health and insects. I wish to someday become a doctor or a dentist, but having
a background in entomology can help me with that in so many ways.
This article is about the newest case of West Nile Virus (WNV) in Kern county,
California. This is the 17th case in Kern this year, and its becoming more common here. WNV
is maintained in a transmission cycle among Culex mosquitoes and wild birds. The mos
This article was about the debate on whether bed nets are an effective preventative
measure for Malaria. Malaria is transmitted among humans by female mosquitoes of the
genus Anopheles in the adult stage to be a vector. The adult females can live about 1-
ENTO 208/209 Lab Exam 1 Review
Kingdom > Phylum > Class > Order > Family > Genus> Species
(King Philip Came Over From Great Spain)
Overview of Arthropods (80% of all known animal species)
Arthropod means jointed legs
Holkham Hall, Norfolk, England, William
Horace Walpole, begun 1748
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Altesmuseum (Old Museum), Berlin, Prussia, (Germany), Karl Friedrich Schinkel, 18231828
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16 FALL ENTO 208 700: Veterinary Entomology
Review Test Submission: Final Exam Practice
16 FALL ENTO 208 700: Veterina
1 out of 1 points
Close relatives of the Plecoptera have been found fossilized as early as the _
1 out of 1 points
Crustacea have what body regions?
Cephalothorax and abdomen
Cephalothorax and abdomen
"Head, thorax and abdomen"
Head and thorax
Thorax and abdomen
Head and body
1 out of 1 points
Role of Competition and Disease Ecology
Mosquitos transmit pathogens for several large vertebrates
Costal coast oak grass savannah in California and Oregon. Outer costal range and an inner
coastal range. By Napa
Perrenial bunch grass. Can live a very
A big subject
Natural variation generated by interactions of
Bodies of water
Glacial interclacial cycles
Currently in warm
Carbon dioxide and methane (based on what is frozen in the levels to get the
-Next week, one is plant vectored viruses, the other is mosquitos.
Competition effects community structure.
Low pop you can possibly not have competition
Back in the day they would say competition reduces the growt
Non notive species
Beyond its native range that it evolved.
Introduced species become an invader
When in creates a self substaining population
o Biological invasion
Stocastic affect randomized effect
Cistosomiasis is a flat worm that has multiple lifecycles in multiple hosts.
Vector can be a complicated evolved connection between host and pathogen.
Ecology is the interactions of organisms in their bio
What is the tradional versus dilution effect hypotheses of LD transmission?
The traditional is to take down all of the trees while dilution is biodiversity is separate
Whats a strawman and what is the strawman?
What was Montauk spider bite?
What are three
Which of the following is a venomous arthropod: All of these (Spider, Centipede, Scorpion, Arachnida)
Chitin is made of: N-acetylglucosamine
"Arthropod "blood" is known as: Haemolymph
Loxosclese reclusa is: The brown recluse spider
Most arthropods have wh
Diplura and protura fall into which subclass: Apterygota
Which apterygote order is of main interest in agriculture and horticulture: Collembola
Where do Odonata generally lay their eggs: In rafts on the water surface
The major difference between Ephemerop
- Howdy yall! We are entomology students at Texas A&M, and we are here to inform you of a very
misunderstood animal that we all think we know so much about!
- Yeah! Or maybe you actually know nothing at all about these little guys! These arent th
Final Exam Review
Nectar drinking insects likely have _ mouthparts
A _ is the opening on an arthropod body surface that allows for air transfer.
Insects that undergo _ development form a pupa.
The class _ includes
Forensic Entomology Final
Two bodies were found within 20 meters of one another in the woods outside of an
unnamed Texas park in May of 2015. Insect evidence was collected from the remains at 10AM
on the morning of May 18th 2015. Three specie
Truths of Decay in Zombie Short Stories
Although Zombie stories are inherently inaccurate, many of these stories touch on truths
and myths of human putrefaction. Of course, zombie tales usually assume the bodies of the dead
remain in a consta
Brown Recluse Spider
Sarah Finley and Vanessa Marcano
Title: Mythbusters: Aggie Edition Feat. the Brown Recluse
Summary of educational goal of podcast: The goal is to educate our listeners on the
truths and expose the myths regarding th
1. What is Veterinary Science?
Veterinary Science is the study of disease and health
in animals. It's also the practical application of
knowledge through Veterinary Medicine to
2. What is biosecurity? Why is it an important area of