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Transmission of pathogens by Stomoxys flies (Diptera, Muscidae): a review
Stomoxys flies are mechanical vectors of pathogens present in the blood and skin of their animal hosts, especially livestock, but occasionally humans. In livestock, their direct effects areExpand
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Tabanids: neglected subjects of research, but important vectors of disease agents!
Tabanids are nuisance pests for people and livestock because of their painful and irritating bite, persistent biting behavior, and blood ingestion. About 4400 tabanid species have been described;Expand
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Sleeping sickness in West Africa (1906–2006): changes in spatial repartition and lessons from the past
Objective  To review the geography and history of sleeping sickness (Human African trypanosomiasis; HAT) over the past 100 years in West Africa, to identify priority areas for sleeping sicknessExpand
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Intraspecific variability in natural populations of Glossina palpalis gambiensis from West Africa, revealed by genetic and morphometric analyses
Glossina palpalis gambiensis Vanderplank (Diptera: Glossinidae) from West Africa (Senegal and Burkina Faso) were analysed for microsatellite DNA polymorphisms and size of the wings. In the overallExpand
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Morphological Studies of Stomoxys spp. (Diptera: Muscidae) in Central Thailand
Morphological characteristics of Stomoxys spp. were studied and recorded for the first time in Thailand. Specimens were collected in central Thailand at Nakhon Pathom, Kanchanaburi and SaraburiExpand
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Effects of Temperature on the Rate of Increase of Stomoxys calcitrans and Stomoxys niger niger (Diptera: Muscidae) from La Réunion Island
Abstract Adult survival and reproduction were compared between two Stomoxys species that co-occur in La Réunion, the cosmopolitan Stomoxys calcitrans (L.), and the tropical Stomoxys niger nigerExpand
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Identification and characterization of two repetitive non-variable antigens from African trypanosomes which are recognized early during infection.
The present paper describes two repetitive proteins representing common antigens of African trypanosomes which are non-variant and which are recognized early in infection by the host immune system.Expand
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Temperature Effects on Development and Survival of Two Stable Flies, Stomoxys calcitrans and Stomoxys niger niger (Diptera: Muscidae), in La Réunion Island
Abstract Two stable fly species, Stomoxys calcitrans (L., 1758) and Stomoxys niger niger Macquart, 1851, co-occur in La Réunion, where they are important pests of cattle. The survival andExpand
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Identification of trypanosomes isolated by KIVI from wild mammals in Côte d'Ivoire: diagnostic, taxonomic and epidemiological considerations.
In Côte d'Ivoire, a comparative study was carried out on 122 wild mammals by parasitological and serological examination and by in vitro isolation of trypanosomes from fresh blood (KIVI). ThirteenExpand
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First survey of seasonal abundance and daily activity of Stomoxys spp. (Diptera: Muscidae) in Kamphaengsaen Campus, Nakornpathom province, Thailand.
The seasonal changes and the daily activity of Stomoxyine species (Diptera: Muscidae) were examined, using Vavoua traps, in a dairy and a beef cattle farm in Nakhonpathom province, Thailand duringExpand
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