Biology and Impact of Biting Midges in Montana

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Biting midges are considered serious pests in Montana because they are vectors of two diseases that affect livestock and wildlife; bluetongue disease and epizootic hemorrhagic disease. This MontGuide describes the biology and life cycle of biting midges in the genus Culicoides, their impact in the state, and recommendations for their control.

Download in color, printed copies in black and white, 3 pages.

  • AuthorMarni Rolston, Greg Johnson
  • Copyright2017, Reviewed
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