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Micro-organisms in filarial larvae (Nematoda).
Unusual bodies have been described in the hypodermal tissues of larval Dirofilaria immitis and Brugia pahangi. Ultrastructural evidence indicates that these bodies are probably Gram-negativeExpand
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erythro-6-Acetoxy-5-hexadecanolide, the major component of a mosquito oviposition attractant pheromone
The major component of the oviposition attractant pheromone from the apical droplet of eggs of the mosquito Culex pipiens fatigans is shown by g.l.c.–mass spectrometry, microchemical methods, andExpand
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The Larval Inhabitants of Cow Pats
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The effects of conservation management of reed beds. I. The invertebrates.
1. A replicated experiment was done in plots in a stand of reed (Phragmites australis) which were cut, burnt or left unmanaged. Invertebrates in the soil were sampled by heat extraction andExpand
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The tropical African latrine blowfly, Chrysomya putoria (Wiedemann)
  • B. R. Laurence
  • Biology, Medicine
  • Medical and veterinary entomology
  • 1 July 1988
ABSTRACT. The status of the tropical African latrine blowfly Chrysomya putoria (Wiedemann, 1830) is recognized as distinct from the sub‐tropical African blowfly C. chlowpyga (Wiedemann, 1818)Expand
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An oviposition attractant pheromone in culex-quinquefasciatus say (diptera, culicidae)
Gravid females of Culex quinquefasciatus Say from a laboratory strain originating in Nigeria orientated to a source of the main volatile pheromone component, erythro -6-acetoxy-5-hexadecanolide,Expand
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A field trial of the synthetic oviposition pheromone with Culex quinquefasciatus say (Diptera: Culicidae) in Kenya
Etude de l'attractivite de la pheromone de ponte de synthese vis a vis des femelles gravides de C. p.. Plus de femelles sont attirees vers les sites de ponte artificiels avec pheromone. L'addition duExpand
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The Influence of the Apical Droplet of Culex Egg Rafts on Oviposition of Culex Pipiens Faticans (Diptera: Culicidae)
Culex pipiens fatigans females were offered a choice of oviposition sites, and a significant response was recorded to the presence of egg rafts at various densities. Further experiments indicatedExpand
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Old world blowflies in the new world.
Human activity, particularly migration and the export of live animals, can provide vehicles for the dispersal of many parasites and their vectors. These movements, often overlooked until too late,Expand
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