Ovis aries (Artiodactyla: Bovidae) e Capra hircus (Artiodactyla: Bovidae) parasitados por Oestrus ovis (Diptera: Oestridae) no Distrito Federal, Brasil

Edison Rogerio Cansi, Márcio Botelho de Castro, Vanessa Silva Mustafa, Mirna Ribeiro Porto, José Renato Borges

Abstract


A oestrose é uma miíase obrigatória e cavitária de ovinos e caprinos, domésticos e selvagens, causada por larvas da mosca Oestrus ovis (Linnaeus). Este estudo relata a presença de O. ovis na região Centro-Oeste do Brasil como parasitas de caprinos e ovinos. Nós obtivemos seis larvas de ovinos e caprinos suspeitos de oestrose em Brasília. As larvas originaram duas moscas fêmeas adultas de O. ovis, após 20 e 23 dias respectivamente. Este achado está provavelmente associado à expansão e diversificação da agricultura no cerrado do planalto central brasileiro.


Ovis aries (Artiodactyla: Bovidae) and Capra hircus (Artiodactyla: Bovidae) infected by Oestrus ovis (Diptera: Oestridae) in the Federal District, Brazil


Abstract. The Oestrosis is an obligatory and cavitary myiasis of sheep and goat, wild and domestic, caused by the larvae of Oestrus ovis (Linnaeus) fly. This study records the presence of O. ovis in the West Central region of Brazil as parasites of goats and sheep. We obtained six larvae from sheep and goats with suspects of oestrosis in Brasília (Brazil) originate two females adult of O. ovis, after 20 and 23 days respectively of pupation. This finding is probably associated with expansion and diversification of farming in the Cerrado of the Brazilian central plateau.


Keywords


Animais domésticos; Ectoparasitismo; Entomologia veterinária; Pequenos Ruminantes; Ectoparasitism; Livestock; Small Ruminants; Veterinary Entomology.

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