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Table 2 Cases of myiasis in cats caused by taxa of the family Oestridae

From: Myiasis in domestic cats: a global review

TaxonType of myiasisNo. of casesSexAgeCountryReferences
Cuterebra sp.neu1unkunkUSA[62]
neu1AUSA[54]
neu1KUSA[64]
neu2AUSA[43]
neu32♀; 1♂1K; 2AUSA[65]
neu116♀; 5♂AUSA[44]
neu95♀; 4♂7A; 2unkUSA[45]
neu1AUSA[47]
neu1AUSA[50]
ophth1unk8w to 2yUSA[42]
ophth1AUSA[56]
ophth1AUSA[46]
ophth1AUSA[48]
ophth1AUSA[73]
oral1unkunkUSA[63]
oral1unkunkUSA[51]
resp1unkunkUSA[11]
resp1KUSA[61]
resp21A; 1KUSA[57]
resp1AUSA[59]
resp21♀; 1♂AUSA[60]
resp1AUSA[74]
resp1ACanada[66]
resp1unkunkUSA[51]
cut1unkKUSA[39]
cut2unkunkUSA[11]
cut1unkunkUSA[41]
cut6unk8w to 2yUSA[42]
cut20unkunkUSA[51]
cut1unkKUSA[49]
aur1AUSA[58]
neu-cut1KUSA[65]
neu-cut1AUSA[45]
unk1unkunkUSA[40]
C. horripilumcut2unkKUSA[20]
Dermatobia hominiscut1unkABrazil[78]
cut1unkunkVenezuela[79]
cut1ABrazil[80]
Oestrus ovisresp1AAustralia[81]
Cuterebrinaeunk2unk1K; 1AUSA[19]
Oestridaecut1unkKUSA[169]
cut1unkunkCanada[170]
  1. Abbreviations: neu, neurological; ophth, ophthalmic; cut, cutaneous; resp, respiratory tract; unk, unknown; A, adult; K, kitten; w, weeks; y, years