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Adhesive Panels as a Control Method of the Common Cleg Haematopota Pluvialis L. (Diptera: Tabanidae)
The Royal Armoured Corps Range at Castlemartin near Pembroke is heavily infested with the bl'Ood-sucking horsefly Haematopota pluvialis, biting rates of over 140 an hour having been reoorded. Expand
An anthropological assessment of Neanderthal behavioural energetics
The debate on Neanderthal social and symbolic capabilities is one of the fundamental issues of Palaeolithic archaeology, with the archaeological record suggesting that Neanderthals did not displayExpand
Further studies on the biology of the cleg, Haematopota pluvialis.
Preliminary work on the control of the common kleg, Haematopota pluvialis.
Proceedings: Some preliminary work on cockroach-infested sewers in London.