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29-Dec-2010 THE EFFECT OF DIFFERENT TYPES OF ANIMAL MANURE (CAMEL, COW, SHEEP, AND CHICKEN) ON THE LIFE CYCLE OF HOUSE FLY MUSCA DOMESTICA (L.)A. M. Alahmed
29-Dec-2010 INCIDENCE OF MYIASIS IN SHEEP CAUSED BY CHRYSOMYA BEZZIANA IN SAUDI ARABIAA. M. Alahmed
2003 LIE CYCLE AND SURVIVAL OF HYALOMMA DROMEDARII (ACARI:LXODIDAE) UNDER LABORATORY CONDITIONSA. M. Alahmed; S.M. Kheir
2004 MYIASIS IN SHEEP FARMS IN RIYADH REGION, SAUDI ARABIAA. M. Alahmed
2000 THE POPULATION DYNAMIC OF THE CITRUS LEAFMINER PHYLLOCNISTIS CITRELLA (LEPIDOPTERA: GRACILLARIIDAE) ON LIME TREES IN RIYADH, SAUDI ARABIAA. M. Alahmed
2001 REPEATED FEEDING AND REPRODUCTIVE PERFORMANCE OF HYALOMMA DROMEDARRI (ACARI: IXODIDAE) ON RABBITSSalah M. Kheir; A. M. Alahmed
2005 SEASONAL ACTIVITY OF SOME HAEMATOPHAGOUS INSECTS IN THE RIYADH REGION, SAUDI ARABIAA. M. Alahmed; S.M. Kheir
2001 SEASONAL DISTRIBUTION OF THE DIFFERENT LIFE STAGES OF THE MELON LADYBIRD BEETLE EPILACHNA CHRYSOMELINA ON WATERMELON CITRULLUS VULGARIS IN CENTRAL REGION OF SAUDI ARABIAA. M. Alahmed
2004 SEASONAL INFESTATION OF OESTRUS OVIS LARVAE IN SHEEP HEADS IN CENTRAL REGION OF SAUDI ARABIAA. M. Alahmed
2001 Seasonal population of dynamic of citrus leafminer phyllocnistis citrella was studied on ten lime trees in Agricultural, Experimental Station, College of Agriculture, King Saud University at Deirab from April 1998 to May 1999. eighteen newly leaves from each cardinal quadrants of the trees were picked up randomly and inspected twice a month. Larvae first were detected in early February. A peak of abundance of larvae was detected in April for the two seasons. Larvae disappeared in late June and Mid-May for the two seasons, respectively. Probably the reason behind this fluctuation is the extremely high temperature, which reach more than 45ºC for long period. West and South sides of the lime trees had more citrus leafminer larvae than North or East sides but the different is not significant. The percentage of infestation reaches 85% in April 1998, which is so high and may kill young trees.A. M. Alahmed; Abdulrahman; S. Al-Dawood
2002 SEASONAL PREVALENCE OF CEPHALOPINA TITILLATOR LARVAE IN CAMELS IN RIYADH, SAUDI ARABIAA. M. Alahmed
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