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Phlebotomine sandflies (Diptera: Psychodidae) from the Oriental Region
Four new species are described and descriptions of many others revised, and 128 species and two subspecies are now known from the Region, with strong suggests that in Old and New Worlds the labrum has lengthened in relation to mammal feeding.
Proposals for a stable classification of the Phlebotomine sandflies (Diptera: Psychodidae)
A stable and simple classification of the sandflies as the subfamily Phlebotominae, family Psychodidae, is given, in which are recognized only five genera but a larger number of subgenera, species groups and lesser, informal, categories.
Onchocerca-Simulium complexes. I. Transmission of forest and Sudan-savanna strains of Onchocerca volvulus, from Cameroon, by Simulium damnosum from various West African bioclimatic zones.
In conclusion, Onchocerca-Simulium complexes are a major source of infectious disease in South East Asia and are likely to cause diarrhoea and vomiting in animals and humans.
Climate and Tsetse Flies: Laboratory Studies upon Glossina submorsitans and tachinoides
It is suggested that the effect of climate upon Glossina is capable of study and analysis in the laboratory, although the conditions are artificial and the authors have limited themselves to temperature and humidity.
Oviposition responses of Aedes aegypti and Ae. atropalpus (Diptera: Culicidae) females to waters from conspecific and heterospecific normal larvae and from larvae infected with Plagiorchis elegans
Ovipositing Aedes aegypti (L.) females were attracted to waters in which uninfected Aedes atropalpus (Coquillett) larvae had been reared, but were repelled by waters from larvae of either species