THE PRESENCE OF INSECTS IN ANIMAL FARM IN NORTH SULAWESI

Published in Scientific Papers. Series D. Animal Science, Vol. LXI, Issue 1
Written by Wisje LusiaTOAR, Max TULUNG, Ventje MEMAH, Endang PUDJIHASTUTI, Laurentius RUMOKOY, Ivone Maria UNTU

The existence of insects in the environment of animal farm has a big role in connection with the development of livestock production in tropical humid areas especially for those located in North Sulawesi, Indonesia. By understanding of the presence of insects in the animal farm environment could help to control the various roles of insect in transmitting pathogenic agents to livestock. Today this understanding is important because there are so many farms that are traditionally carried out which confronted with health control. This article aims to present some important insect order located within the livestock environment in North Sulawesi Indonesia as well as various achievements in detecting the existence of flies. Some of the important species of Diptera found in farms such as: Stomoxys calcitrans, Musca domestica, Musca bakeri, Chrysomyamega cephala, Haematobia exigua, Haematobia irritans and Sarcopaga spp. This scientific information is expected to be a technical information for farmers, observers, and researchers who are interested in this domain.

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W.L., TULUNG M., MEMAH V., PUDJIHASTUTI E., RUMOKOY L., UNTU I.M. 2018, THE PRESENCE OF INSECTS IN ANIMAL FARM IN NORTH SULAWESI . Scientific Papers. Series D. Animal Science, Vol. LXI, Issue 1, ISSN 2285-5750, 220-224.


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