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Oxygen consumption of normal and parasitized Nassarius obsoletus under varying conditions of salinity.
obsoletus, which is the largest skink living at or near the cave today (Dixon, 2000).
One of the midges - Culicoides obsoletus - is abundant on farms in the UK and is also responsible for transmitting the Bluetongue virus, which caused widespread disease in livestock in 2007 when insects were blown across the English Channel.
SBV has been identified in two types of midge - Culicoides obsoletus and C.
The researchers analysed the males in question and discovered that they belonged to another closely related (sexually reproducing) species of fungus-farmer, Mycocepurus obsoletus, thus establishing that no males are known to exist for M.
platensis (Latham), sedge wren I R Salpinctes obsoletus (Say), rock I R wren Thryomanes bewickii (Audubon), I R Bewick's wren Thryothorus ludovicianus (Latham) I C Carolina wren Troglodytes aedon Vieillot, house I C wren T.
Influence of environment and climate on occurrence of the cixiid planthopper Hyalesthes obsoletus, the vector of the grapevine disease 'bois noir'.
More specifically, the prevalence of SBV in the 2 species that comprised the C, obsoletus complex was 0.
Eggs from gastropods Nassarius obsoletus (Say, 1822) and Crepidula maculosa (Conrad, 1846), and chordate G.
Subspecies of Culicoides obsoletus midges do occur in Britain and Northern Europe, and these have acted as vectors in last year's outbreak.
1987) established that the presence of masculinized females in Nassarius obsoletus and Nucella lapillus could be produced by exposure of these species to toxic compounds present in antifouling paints such as tributylene and TBT (tributyltin chloride).
obsoletus group midges caught in Denmark during October 2011.