Identification and geographical distribution of pyrethroid resistance mutations in the poultry red mite Dermanyssus gallinae

Katsavou, E and Vlogiannitis, S and Karp-Tatham, E and Blake, D P and Ilias, A and Strube, C and Kioulos, I and Dermauw, W and Van Leeuwen, T and Vontas, J (2019) Identification and geographical distribution of pyrethroid resistance mutations in the poultry red mite Dermanyssus gallinae. Pest Management Science.

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Abstract

The poultry red mite (PRM) Dermanyssus gallinae is the most common ectoparasite on poultry and causes high economic losses in poultry farming worldwide. Pyrethroid acaricides have been widely used for its control and, consequently, pyrethroid resistance has arisen. In this study we aim to investigate the occurrence of resistance and study the geographical distribution of pyrethroid resistance mutations across PRM populations in Europe.

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