RMT96HX1–Delousing. The treatment of human head lice infestation is a process for removing head lice parasites from human hair and it has been debated and studied for centuries. It is recommended to comb the hair for an hour to an hour and a half (depending the length and type of the hair) daily or every second day for 14 days. The Hortus Sanitatis (Garden of Health), the first natural history encyclopedia, was published by Jacob Meydenbach in Germany, 1491.
RM2HC74W0–Scientist aboard US Research Vessel Anton Bruun checks on the sting ray for parasites, International Indian Ocean Expedition, Arabian Sea 1964
RMF3G8T2–Mushroom (parasites) ; Fungi growing in rocky land at Sanjay Gandhi National Park ; Borivali Mumbai
RFMYDRGB–Giardia lamblia parasites, computer illustration. Giardia lamblia is a flagellated protozoan parasite. It colonizes and reproduces in the small intestine and causes giardiasis.
RFJMBEEB–Indigenous woman removes parasites from the foot of an explorer while nocturnal insects swarming attracted to light. Art by Maurand, 1861
RMK05T38–Cote d'Ivoire, Ivory Coast, Tabakala, West Africa. Village Boys Showing Signs of Malnutrition, intestinal parasites, Possible Kwashiorkor.
RFAEJYHY–Blue-tailed Damselfly, Ischnura elegans, parasites on wings,
RMW7P9FX–Female Cuckoo Wrasse (Labrus mixtus) with parasites (Anilocra frontalis). Guillaumesse, Sark, British Channel Islands, July.
RFCC7DXD–A Shiny Beetle with small Red Parasites in the Peruvian Amazon
RMH01C4X–pollack, green pollack, pollack lythe (Pollachius pollachius), parasites on Pollack, Norway, Troms
RF2C7XRTG–Human Intestinal Parasites. Illustration explain the parasites in human small intestine from cause of eating infected meat or parasites eggs in meat
RM2DN225C–Nature Studies, probably from Colombia: Monkey, Parasites and Trees, Frederic Edwin Church, American, 1826–1900, Graphite on light gray paper, Horizontal view containing a tree top, at upper left; branches, at upper center; trees at a river bank, at upper right; trees, at left center; tree tops and plants on the edge of water, at center right; monkey walking upon a branch and tree tops, at lower left., 1853, nature studies, Drawing
RMGKNFJP–Woman looking for parasites in the fur of the dog, Czech Republic
RMBH9C9X–ROBERT STADLOBER TENDER PARASITES PHOTOCALL VENICE FILM FESTIVAL LIDO VENICE ITALY 07 September 2009
RMCB67D9–Siberian Husky (Canis lupus familiaris). Domestic dog. Bathtime. Application of soap to coat. Check for external parasites.
RMJ9PN5B–Zwerggrundel with parasites on back,Pleurosicya micheli,Raja Ampat,west Papua,Indonesia,
RMC05BAG–Magpies,Pica pica sitting on sheep's backs looking for parasites or wool for nesting
RMCWW1B9–Male Saddle-Back Cricket or Saddle-backed Bush Cricket, Ephippiger ephippiger, with Red Parasites on Body Climbing Stalk
RMT96HWK–Bed bugs are parasitic insects in the genus Cimex that feed exclusively on blood. Bed bugs have been known as human parasites for thousands of years. The Hortus Sanitatis (Garden of Health), the first natural history encyclopedia, was published by Jacob Meydenbach in Germany, 1491. He describes plants and animals (both real and mythical) together with minerals and various trades, with their medicinal value and method of preparation. The hand-colored woodcut illustrations are stylized but often easily recognizable. 1547 edition.
RME1RHW9–Greater Dodder parasites on Canadian Goldenrod
RMF3G8T0–Mushroom (parasites) ; Fungi growing on dead tree trunk at Sanjay Gandhi National Park ; Borivali Mumbai
RFMYDRG8–Giardia lamblia parasites, computer illustration. Giardia lamblia is a flagellated protozoan parasite. It colonizes and reproduces in the small intestine and causes giardiasis.
RMH834HG–Leaf infested by parasites, Barro Colorado Island, Panama
RMBWP340–close-up of tobacco plants with aphids and other parasites eggs
RF2H3J51Y–Farmhands prepare synthetic pyrethroid that is used for the control of parasites which infest cattle. Santiago, Paraguay
RFG17R42–Scientist viewing parasites under light microscope in laboratory, Jenner Institute, Oxford University
RMD094GT–WASHING THE COWS PROTECTION AGAINST PARASITES FOR A GOOD QUALITY MILK NEDUNGOLAM KERALA SOUTHERN INDIA ASIA
RMEYYHP9–Parasitic Yellowjacket (Dolichovespula adulterina), the Parasitic Yellowjacket parasites the Saxon wasp, Dolichovespula saxonica, Germany
RMK229WX–Scabies is a skin disease caused by a mite called Sarcoptes scabiei. It appears as small furrows in the skin, in which the female parasites lay their eggs. These lesions cause intense itching (especially at night) between the fingers and on the wrists, elbows, and buttocks that later becomes generalized. Scabies is highly contagious and is transmitted by direct or indirect contact (clothing, bedding).
RME8NBYN–Parasites on Grasshopper
RFA9HY2K–Click beetle (Agriotes sputator) infested by parasites
RMC8C972–Langur monkey picking out parasites. Pushkar. Rajasthan. India