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- Bluetongue disease is a noncontagious, insect-borne, viral disease of ruminants, mainly sheep and less frequently cattle, yaks, goats, buffalo, deer, dromedaries...
- Bluetongue Brewery was an Australian brewery owned by SABMiller. The brewery had a capacity of 100 million litres per annum, and supplied beer to all Australian...
- Environment and Heritage > Pygmy Bluetongue Lizard - fact sheet Retrieved 18 July 2017 Turner, G. 2001. Keeping Bluetongue Lizards. Australian Reptile Keeper...
- Bluetongue Lizard is an old man in Australian Aboriginal mythology. He is a trickster and a powerful sorcerer, as well. The myth involving him is the wellspring...
- Central Coast Stadium at Grahame Park, from 21 March 2005; Central Coast Bluetongue Stadium at Grahame Park, from 28 March 2006. Central Coast Stadium at...
- globally as a common cause of gastroenteritis in young children, and bluetongue virus, an economically significant pathogen of cattle and sheep. The family...
- The slender bluetongue (Cyclodomorphus venustus) is a species of lizard in the family Scincidae. The species is endemic to the arid interior of eastern...
- signs; however, this is also rare. EHD is often called bluetongue, but this is incorrect. Bluetongue virus is closely related to EHDV, and has similar clinical...
- Haematomyidium, Hoffmania, Remmia and Avaritia (including the main vectors of bluetongue virus disease) were monophyletic, whereas the subgenus Oecacta was paraphyletic...
- The Samphire slender bluetongue (Cyclodomorphus melanops) is a species of lizard in the family Scincidae. The species is endemic to Australia. Cowan, M...
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