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Indoor Cats are Not Immune – Vets Suggest Monthly Protection
If your cat is coughing or having trouble breathing, it could mean heartworms. New research has revealed that these signs, which are often misdiagnosed as feline asthma or allergic bronchitis, could indicate a cat is suffering from Heartworm Associated Respiratory Disease (HARD).
Unfortunately, there is no medication available to treat heartworm disease in cats, so prevention is crucial. Cats get infected with heartworm larvae from a mosquito bite, and since mosquitoes often get inside, both indoor and outdoor cats are at risk.
Veterinarians recommend giving cats a monthly heartworm preventive which also protects against other parasites.
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Sergeant's Gold Flea and Tick Squeeze-On for Dogs Kills Faster Than the Leading Veterinarian-Dispensed Brand
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Sergeant's Pet Care Products says independent clinical data show that Sergeant's new flea and tick control product kills fleas and ticks faster than Frontline, the leading veterinary-dispensed brand. Sergeant's Gold Flea and Tick Squeeze-On for Dogs is formulated with cyphenothrin to kill fleas and ticks in as little as one hour and controls flea re-infestation for up to nine weeks.
"Now pet owners can buy an over-the-counter flea and tick control product that kills fleas and ticks faster than the leading vet brand," says Joel Adamson, senior vice president at Sergeant's. "Better yet, they can buy it at a fraction of the cost up to 50 percent less."
According to Adamson, independent clinical studies show that Sergeant's Gold Flea and Tick Squeeze-On for Dogs kills 98 percent of fleas in one hour compared to 58 percent for Frontline. Sergeant's Gold Flea and Tick Squeeze-On for Dogs kills 90 percent of ticks in one hour compared to 42 percent for Frontline. Sergeant's patent-pending product also kills flea eggs and larvae.
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Butterfly eggs consist of a hard-ridged outer layer of shell, called the chorion. This is lined with a thin coating of wax which prevents the egg from drying out before the larva has had time to fully develop. Each egg contains a number of tiny funnel-shaped openings at one end, called micropyles; the purpose of these holes is to allow sperm to enter and fertilize the egg. Butterfly and moth eggs vary greatly in size between species, but they are all either spherical or ovate.Butterfly eggs are fixed to a leaf with a special glue which hardens rapidly. As it hardens it contracts deforming the shape of the egg. This glue is easily seen surrounding the base of every egg forming a meniscus. The nature of the glue is unknown, and is a suitable subject for research. The same glue is produced by a pupa to secure the setae of the cremaster. This glue is so hard that the silk pad, to which the setae are glued, cannot be separated.
Midge bugs, also called fish flies, invade Gimli, Man. for a few days each year at the start of summer. The larvae hatch on the water and swarms of bugs fly inland becoming a feast for the gulls. The bugs gather in large plumes that look like forest fire smoke from a distance, and townspeople have to shovel the dead carcasses away after the plague. An amazing glimpse into lakeside living on the shores of Lake Winnipeg.
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We will not discuss the various worming programs here but the broad principles behind them.
The idea behind worming programs is to eliminate all worms in the childrenâs digestive system.
Some might say that this is not a good idea as the children will not develop any ability to build
up its immune system. In reality there are likely to always be a few worms around on most pasture.
The best way of checking whether your children has a problem is by doing egg counts in the
droppings. Such egg counts will however not measure how many immature worms have been eaten
recently and are living in the body. Counts will also not show up how many encysted larvae are
present. There is no way of knowing how many immature worms are present or whether encysted larvae
are a problem â in such cases you have to rely on knowledge of whether there have been problems
before and worm accordingly.
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Entomophagy is the practice of eating insects as food. Entomophagy is seen in a large number of taxonomic groups including insects (that eat other insects), birds and mammals.
The term is also used to describe human insect-eating that is common in some cultures in parts of the world including Central and South America, Africa, Asia and Australia, but uncommon and even taboo in some societies.
History of human entomophagy
Before humans had tools to hunt or practice agriculture, insects must have represented an important part of their diet. Evidence of this has been found by analyzing coprolites from caves in USA and Mexico. Coprolites in caves in the Ozark Mountains were found to contain ants, beetle larvae, lice, ticks and mites.
Cave paintings in Altamira, north Spain, dated to about 9,000 to 30,000 BCE, depict the collection of wild bee nests. At the time people must have eaten bee pupae and larvae with the honey. Cocoons of wild silkworm (Theophilia religiosae) were found in ruins in the Shanxi province of China, dating from 2,00 to 2,500 years B.C. The cocoons had large holes in them, suggesting the pupae were eaten. Many ancient entomophagy practices have been passed down to the present, forming traditional entomophagy.
Entomophagy can be divided into two categories: insects used as nutrients source and others as condiments. Some insects are eaten as larvae, others as adults. Over 1200 species of insects are used as food by people throughout the world. Commonly eaten insects and arachnids include grasshoppers, crickets, termites, ants, beetle larvae (grubs), moth caterpillars and pupae, spiders, tarantulas, and scorpions.
Insects generally have a higher food conversion efficiency than more traditional meats. For example, studies concerning the house cricket (Acheta domesticus), when reared at 30°C or more and fed a diet of equal quality to the diet used to rear conventional livestock, show a food conversion twice as efficient as pigs and broiler chicks, four times that of sheep, and six times higher than steers when losses in carcass trim and dressing percentage are counted.
Further, insects reproduce at a faster rate than beef animals. A female cricket can lay from 1,200 to 1,500 in 3 to 4 weeks, while for beef the ratio is four breeding animals for each market animal produced, thus giving house crickets a true food conversion efficiency almost 20 times higher than beef. For this reason and because of the essential amino acids content of insects, some people propose the development of entomophagy to provide a major source of protein in human nutrition. Protein production for human consumption would be more effective and consume fewer resources than animal protein. This makes insect meat more ecological than vertebrate meat.
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It is a common belief that male spiders, which usually are significantly smaller than the females, are likely to be killed after or during mating, or sometimes even before mating can occur.
Even in some species of widow spiders, which are named exactly for this belief, the male may live in the female's web for some time without being harmed. However, in over 60% of cases the female of one species, the Australian redback spider, kills and eats the male after it inserts its second palpus into the female genital opening Males that 'sacrifice' themselves gain the benefit of increasing their paternity relative to males who do not get cannibalized since they feed the female that will lay and tend the resulting fertilized eggs.
In many other species, males are sometimes killed by females. In at least some of these cases it's likely that the males are simply mistaken as prey. The risk of this happening is greater if the female is hungry. To counter this, some male spiders offer a "bribe" to the female, in form of a fly or other prey, prior to the mating.
Many spiders will attempt to protect themselves by biting, especially if they are unable to flee. Some tarantulas have a second kind of defense, a patch of urticating hairs, or urticating setae, on their abdomens, which is generally absent on modern spiders and Mesothelae. These ultra-fine hairs causes irritation and sometimes even allergic reactions in the attacker. Certain other species have specialized defense tactics. For example, the golden wheeling spider (Carparachne aureoflava) of the desert of Namibia escapes tarantula hawks (a species of wasp that lays its eggs in a paralyzed spider so the larvae have enough food when they hatch) by flipping onto its side and cartwheeling away.
Spiders, especially larger sorts, are eaten routinely or as a delicacy in various parts of the world, including Cambodia, where fried spider is considered a delicacy, Thailand, the Solomon Islands, and parts of South America, where living wrapped tarantulas are also sometimes taken on trips by certain indigenous tribes.
This was recorded off of the 1st Segment of The NWCO Guys starring Bob Evans & Maynard Stanley. This segment was a question taken by Robb Russell and commented on by Andy from East Texas.
You can humanely relocate Armadillo and they benefit us by eating hundreds of insects and their larvae in the ground.
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Cerambycidae longhornedbeetles Anoplophora glabripennis(1)
Cerambycidae is Coleoptera A total of Section Cerambycidae insects collectively, have a long tentacles, and often more than the length of the body, the whole world about more than 20,000 kinds. Some types of pests, its larvae live in wood, trees or buildings might cause harm.
Cerambycidae life history varies by species, some one year to complete a generation or two generations, some two to three years or even four to five years to complete one generation. In the same area,食料and the number of victims of the young and old and wet and dry extent affect the growth of larvae and the algebra. General to larvae or adults in the trunk of winter. After the emergence stage, and some need for a supplementary nutrition, feeding pollen, softwood, leaves, bark, sap or fruit, such as fungi, and some do not need nutritional supplements. Adult life in general more than 10 days to one to two months, but in winter the indoor pupae adults up to seven to eight months, the female than male life expectancy short. Adult activity small eyes and compound eyes of crude, is related to the general on the rough surface of the eye, and more activities in the evening, becoming light and small eyes of the small, more activities during the day. Adults lay eggs on the form of ways and mouth parts, the former general of the adult spawning population will be producing eggs directly into the rough bark or cracks; under the mouth of the adults in the trunk on the first bite into a groove, then eggs in Carved bed. Cerambycidae mainly larvae Zhushi, living the longest time, the most serious harm to the tree trunk. When the eggs hatch to larvae, the larvae that is beginning to stem borers, in the initial feeding under the bark until age increases, that is,钻入xylem damage, only some species remain in the bark of life, not borers into the xylem. Larvae in the trunk of activities, Zhu Shi tunnels with the length of the shape and type to another. Larvae in the trunk or branches on Zhushi, to a certain distance to the bark on the opening as Tongqi Kong, launched excrement and sawdust outside. After the larvae mature into a wide range of building pupae room, at both ends of the fibers and wood plug, and in which pupate. Pupal stage about 10 to more than 20 days.
Cerambycidae larvae Zhushi tree trunks and tree branches to affect the growth of trees so that Shushi debilitating, leading to invasive bacteria, but also susceptible to wind break. Seriously injured when the whole plant died, wood borers were, the value of the loss.
Cerambycidae woody plants is the major pest, the larvae Zhushi tree trunks, branches and roots. Damage is part of herbaceous plants, the larvae live in stems or roots, such as chrysanthemums Cerambycidae, melons and other vine Cerambycidae. Individual categories such as cotton Cerambycidae capsule, the capsule damage cotton. There are a few species, the larvae do not live in plant tissue, but feeding roots in the soil, such as the Daya song and teeth sawing Cerambycidae, grass Cerambycidae, and so on.
On the adult diet, know得不, but known to have fed on the pollen, tender bark, softwood, leaves, roots, the sap, fruit, fungi, and so different habits. Generally speaking, the categories often spend Cerambycidae pollen for food. Ditch the tibia Cerambycidae category Changshi harm tender bark, leaves and softwood. Subfamily of the other adults are feeding, there may not be part of feeding. In the same subfamily of the variance in the diet is also great.
Cerambycidae life cycle the length varies according to type, a year to complete a generation or two generations, there are two, three or even four or five years to complete a belt. The same type of life history in different geographical sometimes very different, such as Mr Dominic Wong Sang Cerambycidae in Jiangsu takes three years to complete a generation, while in Guangdong are two generations in a year. As the larvae of the hidden life into the life history of their observation is very difficult. Also because of the conditions of host plants such as young and old, healthy, and the extent of wet and dry, the larvae of the great impact of development. Adverse conditions often cause the larvae diapause而使greatly extend the life of generations to come. So the same - type in the same area may show different development process. There are many documents on the larvae of longevity in mind that these are mostly made of wood under the furniture, after several years, suddenly found to have larvae to survive the day, or Cerambycidae suddenly emerged and this proved it in the wood has been a lot of life Era. There are many such examples to prove that Cerambycidae larvae can live to 10 to 20 years and a maximum of two records are 40 and 45.
Cerambycidae general to wintering larvae or pupae to adult in the indoor winter, autumn and winter 2001 on the occasion of the emergence of adults, to stay indoors in the pupa only by the following year between spring and summer. The general adult life not long, 10 to a few days, 12 months, but in winter the indoor pupae adults may reach seven to eight months. Female than male life expectancy is shorter in general. Adult activities in the time between the various categories also vary, and some in the daytime sunlight, the most active is spent Cerambycidae; others at night or cloudy day, or night all activities.
There are two main ways to lay eggs, a female was first used in prenatal upper Yaopo bark (particularly the ditch tibia Cerambycidae), then insert the eggs, each spawning a hole, but also producing tablets The. This form of nesting hole, the size of its shape in various types of often different, and some very significant, in the prevention and treatment can be found on the egg out the instructions. Another way to lay eggs without first bite holes, but the direct use of eggs in cracks in the bark to lay eggs. In a few cases, also have branches in the middle part of the smooth. Habitat types of disabilities to lay eggs in the soil.
The newly hatched larvae in the first general Zhushi subcutaneous, or long or short period of time before some depth to the wood. In only a few types of skin Zhushi. Some types are deep Chuanzao not only in sapwood of the damage. Against many types of backbone or Cuzhi, some in the dry root, while others are in the branches Zhushi. When the larvae Zhushi Chuanzao various trenches, or up or down, or left or right, or bends or straight, with the types vary, but there are many types of trenches very rules. In the trenches often full of insects and feces of wood fiber. Sometimes insect pest soiled sawdust from the hole from the outside, and sometimes the victims out of sap. Aging larvae often built into a wide trenches as a pupa room, wood chips closed at both ends of the fibers, in which pupate.
Cerambycidae of the host range among the various categories are different, many species such as Anoplophora glabripennis, Sang Cerambycidae, Cerambycidae-spot, its broad diet, can be hurt by a variety of plants while others are limited to the same family or Are close to, such as the Daya song and teeth damage Cerambycidae saw grass plants, Zhang Hong Cerambycidae damage camphor trees and nanmu tree.
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Video not for nervous - from "tumour" on human heart surgeons take some worms. The background is those - the tumour on heart has been found out, operation is appointed. Shooting was initially conducted for training students of medical institute. About any helminths there was no also a speech. That in "tumour" there lives family of tapeworms (Diphyllobothrium latum) became known only on a course of operation.
How do tapeworms get into the heart?
Here is simple tapeworm migration scheme: intestine - a liver - the right heart - a lung - a trachea - a throat - then leave human body.
Actually tapeworm larva follow instinct, aspire to be distributed in regular intervals in an organism and take root into human bodies while migration. It can lead to very serious changes: a hepatites, a cirrhosis of a liver, regeneration of cells of a liver, changes in a cardiac musle (myocardium), bronchites, pneumonias, tonsillitises, antritises, otitises and many other things to diseases.
So larva not only settle in those organs of an organism on which pass, but also get into them and migrate on different channels, hurt vital body organs.