Carrie L. Pickworth and Teresa Y. Morishita Ohio State University Extension
From University of CA, By; Brigid McCrea, Joan Jeffery and Alec Gerry
Several kinds of flies, beetles, and external parasites are a major concern facing poultry producers. Purdue web site
Mites on poultry. Types and appropriate treatments are discussed.
Author(s): Beyer, R. Scott
Control measures, University of California
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PSU extension publication
Good information from William F. Lyon, Extension Entomologist Ohio State
Desley Whisson Extension Vertebrate Pest Specialist University of California, Davis.